Well, we finished our tear. Loaded up and left friday afternoon for a creek in the mountains a couple of hours away.
Kat showing off the tear before we hit the road.
After setup.. (level and chock, then open the hatch...) we had hot dogs over the campfire for our first meal.
we had a good nights sleep the first time with the sound of the creek. Here's Kat the next morning enjoying the quiet.
This is a smile of someone that is NOT working on the tear...
Pretty country here.
RH cargo drawer holds the shade, and a 8x10 tent for the bathroom.
Slides in and the water jug fits behind it.
Center cargo drawer holds the camp chairs, propane grill, pie iron, waffle iron, and toasting forks.
All ready to hit the road. LH drawer has the stove, utensils under the stove, and folding table. counter inserts to fill where the jug and ice chest go ride under each while on the road.
Tongue box holds the battery, propane tank, lantern,poop bucket and seat, bag of sawdust, hatchet, hammer, bow saw, shovel, tarp, spare wheel bearings, leveling blocks and ropes.
We really liked lying in bed and looking up at the stars through the front window.
The underbed storage was great for shoes and other odds and ends.
Was a good trip. only problem we had is the water jug spout wouldn't seal, and kept dripping. we had to set it upright when we weren't using it.
Next trip is a week run to Tuscon to see Kat's mom.