Let me start by saying that if you are looking to learn how to make an oven from a beer can or make coffee over an open flame, this post is not for you. Two of the biggest selling points of the T@G teardrop camper were the kitchen & being equipped for solar panels. I … Continue reading Camping Culinary Experimentation
So I finally got to take a nice hot shower in my outdoor setup. It has been a couple trips in the making. While this is a post is all about the Camp Chef water heater it's not meant to be a product review. More of a tutorial and some tips and things to watch … Continue reading Finally a Nice Hot Shower! The Camp Chef Triton Propane Instant Water Heater
I finally decided on a quote for my blog. In the beginning it seemed like an easy thing, it's just a quote. It just needs to be something about travel, I figured I could Google something, no problem. But the more I looked, the harder it was to choose and the more pressure I felt … Continue reading The story behind the quote. No more “when.”
In preparation for my upcoming trip to the Colorado River in Columbus, TX I have been making some final additions and modifications. Well, final for a while. I do have some things I would like to do in the long term, like solar panels, but these should have me set for functionality for a while. … Continue reading Last mods and additions……for a while.
If you own a T2G 2017 model teardrop camper you are painfully familiar with the USB port issue. In these models the "Charging Center" as they call it is at the foot of the bed. While it is great to have an electrical outlet, separate UBS plug and a 12 Volt plug inside, they are … Continue reading The Infamous T@G USB Port
One of the biggest issues I have had with the T@G is the under bed storage compartments. In theory they are a great idea and a big part of why I bought it. In reality, they don't function very well. I tried using them on my trips but learned they work best for things you … Continue reading Solving the Under Bed Storage Problem
After the Texas Tiny Rally I still had a long list of things I wanted to change or add to make the camper function better. The first few have been simple things that should make things easier. Although I figured out a way to pack clothes using the hanging baskets, I neglected to figure out … Continue reading Mods Round 3
After making some changes and adjustments, I headed out for my second trip in the T@G to the Texas Tiny Trailer Rally. It is an even sponsored by Princess Craft RV and was held at a campground on the San Marco River, October 19th through 22nd. I would like to start by I can't say … Continue reading Texas Tiny Trailer Rally Fall 2017
After my first trip out I had to go back to the drawing board to make the T@G function at its best and work for road trips. The top priority was the mattress. Since having a sacrum joint dysfunction in August 2015 I can't sleep on a bad mattress without having issues. I started looking … Continue reading Camper set up V 2.0 & Mods Round 1.
So, I thought I was all set with the camper and headed out with it the end of September to camp for Antiques weekend at Round Top, Texas. I had made a reservation before Hurricane Harvey at Lake Somerville RV park and they said they were still open, but with limited access because there was … Continue reading First trip with the T@G