The Rig that is always ready – The Adventure Portal
I grew up dreaming of dusty Baja roads, endless uncrowded beaches, fish tacos, hand pressed tortillas, and night skies filled with fireworks. I think I watched a few too many surf movies in the 80’s and 90’s but self contained traveling has always been something that has intrigued me.
Fast forward 30 years and I find myself owning the perfect rig that can accomplish everything I dreamed of and more. Allow me to introduce the Four Wheel Camper, Pop-up Camper, known as the Project M.
A quick back story, Kelly is my beautiful wife, and we’ve been married for over 30 years. I was fortunate enough to marry my high school sweetheart. We now have six children, and three grandchildren. When we met I was a competitive snowboarder, skateboarder, and surfer. We got married very young, started a family, and we owned owned a plumbing company for 15 years. I then became a golf professional, transitioned into event production and started event announcing for Iron Man Half Marathons, Paddleboard races, the Santa Cruz paddle fest, June Lake Triathlon, and more. Kelly and I also became addicted to kayak bass fishing, we now compete in some tournaments , and we started a line of hand printed Fish Sox. During all of this craziness, we always took our children with us wherever we went and everyone participated in every activity.
Dinner was over and the campfire was beginning. It was an old school evening. No propane or smartphone apps. Crackling ...Read More
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The Last Thirty
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Ice Fishing With A Truck Camper – Truck Camper Magazine
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