Kismet said:They'd be perfect for me, if I was still in my 20's or 30's and limber. Now I just wish I was and know that minimalist stuff is fine, but my body's sense of what is "minimal" has escalated a little bit.
Why, I could make one at home and save a bundle !!!
GTS225 said:It would not have to be exactly, a "teardrop". There's quite a few out there that have been fashioned as a "squaredrop", and also "CTC's", or cargo-to-camper conversions. Nothing says you can't "roll your own", as it were. Only your imagination is the limit. One of the more recent methods of construction is structural foam, laminated with 1/4" plywood for walls, and even cabinetry. (Yes, the 2" foam sold by the home improvement stores.)
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poorthang said:stylish , yet functional! why they cut the bath tub in half?
poorthang said:if you are not sure if that was tongue in cheek, maybe you should visit America more.
Kismet said:Great allowances must be made when two different cultures meet---I think that is a quote from DUNE by Frank Herbert.
I really kinda of like the rustic home-made trailer, but I'm old and a little...er...let's call it eccentric. :roll: :roll: :roll:
I think the washtub wheel wells are, lessee...uh...hmmm....thematically congruent.
This is supposed to be fun, guys. :lol: