On account of the rain....

M00SE

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The Camaro stays in due to rain so the trucks come out! The kid wanted to do a car show or something today so we are asking if anyone wants to meet up around the Castle Rock - Winlock - Chehalis areas. We will cruse the K5 Blazer and matching camper trailer.

I know short notice never works but lets see who's up for it.

Also, calling out to all the HMMWV guys from the area. If anything is a square body, those are!

I'm not good at these forum sites so let me know if I'm doing something wrong. Much appreciated.

Moose
 

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The only thing wrong with your post is we want to see pictures of said K5 with matching trailer.:)
 

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^Ultimate campin rig there! Nice work!
 

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How come there are no solar panels on the trailer?
 

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@Moose,
Nice rig! Now, if you were inventive you could make a pop-up utilizing your camper shell as the top and sleep in the trailer in bug proof comfort.
Solar panels, No Joke! You can go to Harbor Freight and they sell 125watt panels, electronic controller, wiring, and stand so you can set it up outside for, I think a couple hundred dollars. Buy two or three of them and link them together for some real power. It will charge up some batteries and run your lights, etc. for a few hours. You could run an A/C inside your trailer!! They make little A/C units that go inside a tent. They fit into one of the windows of the tent. Or you could get a small generator to power up everything while you're waiting for your batteries to charge up. Or you can internet it and get one, or more for whatever you might need in a remote location, watch TV, movies in the woods!
 

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