No Roger, it wasn't a Bambi. It was at least 25 ft, maybe over 30. I could tell by the pictures before/after showing the original layout
What happened was I had the Kubota all geared up to prepare our field in the spring for market gardening and the rain shut me down. So I decided to flake out for a day. Me and my truck ended up in Port Townsend and a woodworker's show was in progress there. Since I only drink home brew latte I decided to squander a buck or so to get in.
It was pretty interesting what those folks could do with wood; grandfather clocks, chairs, furniture, cabinets, bowls, lighting
, hand tool displays, etc. Beautiful stuff, well thought out and often quite practical.
One fellow had a couple of samples of high level furniture grade kitchen cabinets. In his portfolio binder was the pictures of funky camper on a truck with an exquisiste yacht-style interior and others of the Airstream. My original impression was that this had more to do with style and opulence than something practical for my style of camping/touring/traveling. The "coolness quotient" would definitely rate at least a 9, maybe a 10.
At the time I was highly intrigued not really interested enough to get the fellow's card or enouph info to follow up later. But the encounter is still in the back of my mind.