Minimizing tangible assets is probably one of the most intimidating and overwhelming facets of getting ready for the road. We are instructed from an early age to develop into consumers, and therefore we constantly buy things to accessorize our lives, and we loom like mother geese over the next up-and-coming trend. Strangely enough, if you look around at your home most of the ‘necessities’ we purchase fo
In addition to a brake controller (wine for scale), here we’ll explore a list of accessories to help you get your tow vehicle road-ready.
If you haven’t yet, check out our post about getting your tow vehicle equipped for towing!
After we found our camper, the next step was the tow vehicle. My little Jeep Cherokee Sport 4×2 just wasn’t gonna cut it (though it was a great tent re-locator). What did we know about tow vehicles? Absolutely nothing. Great place to start. Fortunately the wonderful man, Dick Tracy, who sold us Little Wing had a lot to say on the subject of tow capacities and why they are important, and he emailed it ri
I bought Little Wing from a guy living in Rhode Island named Dick Tracy. His wife’s name is Jane. How often do you meet a Dick and Jane Tracy? We felt like it was a sign. The Shasta was sitting with his son Nate and wife Marissa here in California. The first time we came to see the Shasta we ended up having a great chat in their backyard about raising chickens, and she let us hold a clucker they named Suza
Deciding on the type of rig that will sufficiently house both paws and feet is an enormous challenge. There are pros and cons to every setup, and unfortunately because there is more than one single type of truck, SUV, trailer, and RV out there on the road, the choice is not exactly cut and dry. Let’s look at some pros and cons of three common setups: Our ‘Which Rig Is Right’ Research
Getting around on the road as one or two people has its challenges. Add a 17 year-old cat and a 10 year-old dog to the mix and you’re baking up a complication casserole. A big part of why we went with the trailer/tow vehicle combo was because we didn’t want to have to worry about having to find housing for the kids if our vehicle/housing combination broke down. Or have to tote little crotchety Mojo e