Summer’s a wonderful time when people escape from the every day world and take a trip to new destinations, fresh scenes and experiences. These days, travelers find themselves loaded down with several different electronic gadgets to help them stay informed, entertained and in touch while on the road. Each gizmo has its own carrying case, attachments and wires which makes packing a nightmare. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if there was one small gadget a traveler could use for all their entertainment, tasks, and communication needs? Look no further—such a gizmo does exist. The device is called the iPod iTouch, by Apple. My things are also safer when placed inside these organizers especially at airport security points when, sometimes, you need to open your luggage for one reason or another. More Benroy History including a 1956 Motor Trend Magazine article on page two. This is also where I found the picture of Bennett Peterson with the Benroy.
In fact, certain smaller coaches actually have more storage than larger ones because there is no wasted space in them! If you’re having a hard time, why not plan your first business trip for yourself with the sole purpose of thinking of a great travel company name!
Hey Chris, you usually just take a look at what the original material was and build it back better than new. No special tools are typically needed other than common handyman items unless major repairs are needed. The existing wall panels are those luan/styrofoam wall sections that are fuse seamed? At thier mating sides… No visible fastners or moldings.
Any advice for when you’re going out of the country and you’re on a medication (control 2) that can’t be refilled early? My physician could not tell me whether or not a family member can refill and mail it to me. Many units now install slate or ceramic, but those materials are heavy and can crack easily if road vibrations are too rough.
Thank your for your comments dahoglund. I’d rather stay in a trailer than most motels too. Especially, if they those trailers were like the ones above. But maybe that is me. I am just hooked on camping. and if somebody has an image of the third Magellanic (the Remnant), then we’ll post it.
Before purchasing, always check the weight ratings of a chassis and the living quarters that sit on it to make sure they are a good match. You will almost always get a paper ticket for an infant (a child under 2 years old) who travels with no seat. A one time purchase of a shed will pay for itself in a year or so, and it can be sold later in the event people decide either to return to living in a house or sell off their belongings because they feel their new lifestyle works for them.