Tuesday, August 11, 2015

The Ultimate RV Boondocking Rig

On our drive from the country into the big city (Bonners Ferry, pop. 2,500), we pass by the venerable Park 'n Sell. For the low rate of $30/month, you can park your RV, truck, boat, or trailer in a high visibility spot. Hopefully, it will sell.

We saw this little beauty in the lot the other day. We had to lock up the brakes, make a Tokyo Drift hard right, and take a closer look.

Need to get away from it all? This handy blade will clear the way. No more Canadian tourists and pesky Forest Service or BLM gates to hinder your fun.

I used to think those big International flatbed trucks were hefty. This one looks like a Tonka toy next to the bugout mobile.

Susan thought changing a flat would be tough (check out the bumper sticker).

But that's not a problem when you have a built-in crane to move the spare.

 Instead of hydraulic slide outs that always want to fail, this beauty has "foldouts." 
Keep it simple. Keep it real.

And nice heavy duty ramps to get your extra armoured personnel carrier up into the rig. I suppose you could also hang your $4,000 mountain bikes on them.

And the luxury doesn't stop on the outside. Inside you have wall to wall carpet and neutral tone paint awaiting your personalized touch. What will you add?

Take the handy interior ladder to the roof to tend to your solar panels and adjust the sights on your Browning M2.

Best of all, this baby is an automatic, so Susan could share the driving duties and conduct other basic mop up operations.

It was hard to get her to leave, but when I told her one tire alone probably costs $4,000, she bid a sad farewell.


  1. Just let your imagination run wild!

  2. Inquiring minds want to know.....how much was it?

  3. I was too afraid to even call. It's one of those "no frills" pieces of equipment that probably costs a fortune.

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