Seems like we can always use more water when camping out in the backcountry. And so I crafted a simple metal mount strap for carrying a 7-gallon Aquatainer on the trailer tongue.
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My long running search for the perfect bike rack ended last month when I received exactly that from 1 UP USA. American made by a small company in Wisconsin. All-aluminum construction with none of the easily breakable plastic parts used by most manufacturers. This review is specific to the roof tray version, but I’ll touch upon the […]
Hitching a popup camper behind your vehicle often forces bike transport to the roof rack. We use these “Look Up Dummy” static cling stickers on the windshield as an effective reminder before backing into the garage or driving under an overhand.
One of the best parts of a popup camper is the comfort found during inclement weather. But since the kids can get bored quickly, we keep a stash of board games and other toys inside for entertaining when mother nature pushes us inside.
If you’ve read our Buyer’s Guide, you understand the importance of vehicle towing capacity and camper weight. But what can you do to shave pounds and tow lighter and safer? Here are some practical tips for shedding pounds, or in some cases redistributing the weight for easier and safer towing.
We just purchased an Intex Mariner 4 inflatable boat, and their marketing tagline is correct: this thing is as “good as it gets!” Super tough PVC, fishing rod holders, 3 seat cushions, and even a motor mount and spot to put the marine battery! I’m posting this in both the mods/upgrades and trip reports section […]