The trailer was a perfect fit for the Elk camp trip in the mountains. My Toyota 4 Runner 6 cylinder pulled this 3000 lb. trailer up the mountain roads with some difficulty but I made it. The high frame made the parking in the camp sight easy. The inside was big enough for two people if you were going to sleep in the same bed. The kitchen was good for cooking out of the elements. The trailer carries 15 gallons of water which was not enough for off grid for a week. I had to fill it up half way thru the week. Overall for my trip this trailer was great. The bed was comfortable and the trailer was warm as you would want to make it. Gail was very informative when I picked up the trailer and was pleased about the way I returned it.
I was born during WWII in Charleston, South Carolina, the youngest of five children. My mother, a Rosie the Riveter in the Charleston ship yard, my father an Air Raid Warden. We were a family of seven and like most families in our class worked diligently (everyone old enough worked) to make ends meet. I come from a hardy stock with strong determination to change my fate; and now, a strong determination to change the fate of our planet and its inhabitants. Today I live in Colorado. I enjoy the simple pleasure of a hike every day with my beautiful and beloved canine Pieper and Sprout. They teach me how to be a better human being. Sharing my life with animals and nature is one of my greatest pleasures. Engaging in my civil responsibility is important to attaining my vision for our nation and the world. Remaining open to what is possible and sharing is what makes it all possible! Sharing is a beautiful thing…a really good thing.