Hi: All... Here's a pic. I snapped in Beckley W.VA. at Tamarack Conference/Craft center before I got to wet. This is a "MUST SEE MUST EAT" venue!!! Overnite "Boondocking" allowed.
The weather cleared nicely in Virginia tho!!! We really feel for all the flood victims in Tenn.
Alf S. North shore of Lake Erie
I have been on the forums for a while, don't think I have ever posted in here.
We have a 1977 Beachcomber 13'. We bought it last summer and use it quite often. Travel regularly around Western Alberta and B.C. Since we bought it we have replaces allot of wood inside, new floors, seats, doors and paint. We are about to repaint the outside as well. The previous owner painted over the awesome metal flake gel coat as it was all faded. We hope to someday restore it back to its original metal flake glory!
Well after being on/off this site for perhaps upwards of 10+ years, I thought it was time to send some pix of 'Buddy' from beautifull downtown Silt. Our 1970 ECO has been a 'Work in progress' for 16 years now. Buddy it seems had been rolled over at least once maybe twice, and I don't mean mugged. He still went down the highway fine, but had a nasty crack on the top of his head above the door entry. After f-glass surgery he looked brand spankin' new! Also, when I got him he'd been retired as a hunting/reloading site.. so there were endless amounts of shot gun pellets that continued to fall out of every nook and cr....and roll about...occasionally I still see one of them lil' buggers. And so, He 'Keeps on pushin' Us, on down the road....Jeff & Diana
Trailer: 1972 boler American and 1979 Trillium 4500
Four years almost to the day after picking up our first fiberglass trailer, a 1972 boler American; we bought another trailer to better fit our expanded family. After 3 16' Uhaul VT's slipped from our grasp we found a 1979 Trillium 4500 less than 5 hours from home.
Ladies and Gentlemen may I present our new (to us) and yet un-named trailer ...
Well after unsuccessful launch of Fluffer-Nugget a few months back....No lights!
We have had successs...Nice bright lights...tows nicely behind our Subie....and looks darn cute doin' it!
Took her down to the weight scales and the verdict is 1146 lbs....no table, no propane, no cushions, no water, no camping gear....DRY! So I imagine when she's all loaded up we will be adding at least another 250lbs....pretty darn respectable!
We will be taking our first camping trip next weekend and my boys are pretty darn excited....Good time ahead!