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Old 02-08-2015, 06:25 PM   #1
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Really cool Fibreglass camper!

Joyce came across this new fibreglass camper in her Facebook feed. Made in Germany, its also a boat! Now how unique is that!!

https://l.facebook.com/l/xAQFn6i-tAQ...quite-possibly

https://roadtrippers.com/blog/amphib...quite-possibly
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Old 02-08-2015, 06:41 PM   #2
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I was thinking just last week that with a little modification of the rear door area, the Lil Snoozy could float quite well. A little boy was walking past my Hauley and proclaimed, "It's a boat!" I tried to explain, "It's a trailer," to which he replied, "It's a boat on a trailer." Since it was designed by a former boat builder, I think he was at least half right.
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I suppose on those days were there is no wind or waves, this might be a fun thing. But most days, I think it could be a wild ride.

Often machines that do multiple things can't do any of them really well. This probably ends up being both a poor trailer and a poor boat.
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I think it would be best suited for island camping.
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