What is the ideal to truck camp in, for me?
One luxury solution is a “Caribou Lite” from Outfitter Manufacturing in Longmont, Colorado. Each one is custom built. So I don’t have to have a furnace or a 3-way refrigerator. I have seen some images of highly customized ones. They are light and made for off road. I costed it out, just in case I won the lottery.
|awning 6′ rear Care Free||625||15|
|Solar Control Panel||355||0|
|95 watt Solar system||1,045||27|
|Additional Fantastic Fan||245||12|
|Basket, rack, ladder||395||12|
|3,490||106||subtotal of options|
|24 gallons fresh water||200||1 gallon=8.32487lbs|
|20 lb propane||20|
|326||weight of options, water and propane|
|totals of caribou and options||19, 010||1176||total without food or clothing|
|1650 payload allowed|
|474 lbs allowed for clothing and books and food|
As much as this would work, it bothers the minimalist me. I am really liking “just a topper” the best.
What is your ideal set up?