ProtoStoga

I want to re-share this camper I posted about back in 2010.  I would still like to know more about it but love what I've seen so far. I see some definite similarities to my own concept of a vardo but I really like to metal sheathing as a modern, low maintenance exterior.  Also, the … Continue reading ProtoStoga

Novel Camping Trailer from 1929

From the ingenuity of the Roaring 20s.  Pack up with your favorite Flapper and head to the wide-open spaces! Novel Camping Trailer Opens Into Comfortable Quarters A NOVEL camping trailer has been produced in London which is hailed with delight by lovers of the outdoors because of the comfort it provides. The trailer, compact when … Continue reading Novel Camping Trailer from 1929

Who Says Bigger is Better?

Okay, in some cases maybe.  This cute little combo caught my attention a couple years ago and I'm just getting around to posting it.  A truly minimal teardrop trailer that I suspect can just sleep two with about one suitcase each. I found it labelled “The 1941 Kozy Coach Travel Trailer ” but a search … Continue reading Who Says Bigger is Better?

A Steampunk Teardrop Camper

Some of you Teardrop aficionados out there have undoubtedly seen photos of Dave Moult's spectacular build.  The best write-up I've come across is from the Living in a Shoebox blog.  This is not Mr. Moult's first build and it clearly shows.  This one has a retro-futuristic Steampunk theme and uses a lot of copper and … Continue reading A Steampunk Teardrop Camper

Another Great Design

From Casual Turtle Campers Peter at Casual Turtle Campers has come up with a great new design in a minimalist caravan.  I have posted his earlier work here a couple times and this new design is worth a look..  This model looks like it would work well as a base camp for one or two … Continue reading Another Great Design

Wooden Truck Topper

A couple recent inquiries prompt this quick post about a wooden truck topper.  The question that came up a few weeks ago was "why would you make a topper instead of just buying one?"  Well, I'm not wealthy and making something costs a lot less than buying it.  Also, if you are a woodworker, it's … Continue reading Wooden Truck Topper