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Yosemite Sam1

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Posted: 05/07/20 08:30pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

With this bad boy.


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Lwiddis

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My, my!


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Just the thing for a trust funder with plenty of money lying around.

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I've read that these run about $70,000. Supposedly they are available in the USA.

Please don't let me start ranting and raving about how is it possible that Australia, with less than a tenth of the population of the US, has far more and far better boondocking trailer options than the US does. Yes, they have a big outback. So do we.


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gbopp

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It appears to be well built and very rugged for off road travels.
That makes it perfect for the Pennsylvania highway system. [emoticon]

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Unfortunately, it might not survive Michigan roads... [emoticon]

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gbopp wrote:

It appears to be well built and very rugged for off road travels.
That makes it perfect for the Pennsylvania highway system. [emoticon]


OK....that's funny, right there.

Pretty sure I left a kidney somewhere in Pennsylvania and $35 USD at a toll both when I took a wrong turn at Albuquerque.

rbpru

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Interesting and shows what can be done if you are willing to pay for it.

However, my idea of Boonedocking involves a canoe and tent. Oh to be young again. [emoticon]


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Boondocking does not require expensive rigs from far away.
A canoe and a tent is right.
Youth is mostly in your head.
I will never stop tent camping. It fits in a canoe.
I am 70 and working on my wood and canvas Old Town to get it back in the water.
Some day there will be motorized wheelchairs.

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ppine, your chariot awaits!

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