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Old 08-07-2016, 11:19 PM   #781
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I have seen grates on BBQ grills that look stronger than that grill guard.
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Old 08-07-2016, 11:39 PM   #782
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Why are there 2sets of power cords?
There is a 2 person hot tub in the back.
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Old 08-09-2016, 05:17 PM   #783
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Fully self contained. Ready for dry camping I guess!
Bet she's cool in about 2.5 seconds.

I saw a similar set up one time and I got to talking to the guy that owned it. Once you know the story, it makes perfect sense...

He delivered fresh fruit to local businesses. The genny/air con setup would allow him to keep the back cool enough for the fruit, as the A/C in the van wasn't nowhere near enough. The van was way more nimble and usable than a big reefer truck.

I thought it was genius, in a red-neck sort of way. you can even see some fruit boxes on the bumper by the genny.

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Old 08-09-2016, 08:59 PM   #784
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I saw a similar set up one time and I got to talking to the guy that owned it. Once you know the story, it makes perfect sense...

He delivered fresh fruit to local businesses. The genny/air con setup would allow him to keep the back cool enough for the fruit, as the A/C in the van wasn't nowhere near enough. The van was way more nimble and usable than a big reefer truck.

I thought it was genius, in a red-neck sort of way. you can even see some fruit boxes on the bumper by the genny.

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Lol. I think that might be his outside storage.


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Old 08-09-2016, 09:25 PM   #785
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Driving golf balls into St. Mary's River at Aune Osborne RV park in Sault Ste Marie. Attachment 116476


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Old 08-09-2016, 09:32 PM   #786
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That old duffer looks like Mr Havercamp's old avatar. Hmmmmm.......
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Old 08-09-2016, 09:57 PM   #787
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If someone has any opinions or knows anything about this trailer I'd appreciate hearing them. It was seen just a few days ago as I camped in Prince Edward Island, Canada.

Obviously a seasonal and you can see "Command Centre" written on the side. There is also a URL but it's not fully visible.

I should of asked at the sign in desk about it. Reminds me of a caboose on a train, something long obsolete.
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looks like a great deer blind

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Old 08-09-2016, 11:52 PM   #789
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No photo....today I was driving home on the highway. Passed a guy in a pickup towing a 25-foot bumper pull. He had two bicycles on the back, clamped to the flimsy bumper. They had about 18 to 24 inches of play. Guessing he'll lose them sooner rather than later. And NO weight distributing hitch! He was weaving all over the road.
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If someone has any opinions or knows anything about this trailer I'd appreciate hearing them. It was seen just a few days ago as I camped in Prince Edward Island, Canada.

Obviously a seasonal and you can see "Command Centre" written on the side. There is also a URL but it's not fully visible.

I should of asked at the sign in desk about it. Reminds me of a caboose on a train, something long obsolete.
Looks like a Keystone Outback loft toyhauler. Couple of model numbers were 27L and 27T I believe.
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