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Anyone who works from any sized home knows that the work gets done better and faster when distractions are kept at bay. Guest bedrooms and the corners of living rooms will do in a pinch, but having a whole separate, insulated building in a backyard dedicated to work is probably the dream “corner” office. Working […]Continue reading
June is the official start of the festive wedding season. Unfortunately, thousands of nuptials this year are greatly affected by the COVID-19 viral outbreak and the need for social distancing. This year, the idea of eloping is looking a lot more appealing…especially with a teardrop trailer. However, couples are now starting to look a little […]Continue reading
For more than a decade, my husband and I have been traveling around the Western U.S. in a bright yellow teardrop trailer. While we love the teardrop and have had many adventures in it, last year we started looking around for a lightweight camper where we could cook and eat inside. We tend to camp […]Continue reading
Anyone familiar with the classic camping trailer, the ERIBA Puck, will be happy to know that the lightweight, poptop campers are back in a big (well, not much bigger) way. The retro ERIBA design is back with the Touring GT by Erwin Hymer Group. Photos by ERIBA and Erwin Hymer Group Manufactured by the Erwin […]Continue reading
On our late fall tiny house road trip through southern New Mexico, it felt like spring. Warm, sunny days and cool nights. We discovered an enchanting free boondocking site on the outskirts of Las Cruces. For four days, our backyard was the rugged Organ Mountains. Specifically, we were parked in a Baylor Canyon BLM dispersed […]Continue reading