mikeschn wrote:Any interior shots?
biziedizie wrote:Robert, I like your idea, that looks so cool
Would you have any problems with insurance up your way with a design like that?
Now I understand your wood stove thread a bit better and why you want one!
biziedizie wrote:I hear you when it comes to the insurance red tape. I'm doing the same thing as to register something they've never heard of will be a headache plus I'm sure the yearly cost will be on the high side.
I meant to ask you, how many dogs do you have?
M C Toyer wrote:Have you seen Bob Henry's "Barn on Wheels" based on a gambrel roof storage shed design? That might allow for a loft bed leaving more space below for necessities and dogs to sleep.
I like your concept and I think doable within the limits you propose. It might be better suited for longer camp times and fewer travel times.
What insulation requirement do you anticipate in the areas you camp? Will you have access to water, power, bath facilities or will you need to be totally self-contained?
Lots of possibiliities. Keep us posted.
I've extended my planned Log Cabin to 7-1/2 x 13-1/2 feet with a full size murphy bed. I expect to be under 2000#, not aerodynamic at all, but don't have the tow weight limitation, nor will I be traveling long distances.
I opted for a bit more room as I plan to use mine for a base while I do historical research. I will have a fairly complete office set-up and be fully self contained.
I've got two small dogs but they are content with a small pet bed. I also have a compact folding pen for outside.
Deryk the Pirate wrote:looks interesting, but will have drag if its too tall
Deryk the Pirate wrote:Thanks man, yeah I wanna see how yours works out...I do like the look of it and Im a sucker for the porch on it with driftwood and all, so fits my crazy tastes lol.
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