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Old 02-01-2018, 01:09 PM   #261
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Skifari 2018 is in the books, it was a GREAT trip this year.* Amazing snow all week!

Did a little write up here:*https://www.nwadventuretruck.com/ski...bum-road-trip/



And picture dump for those who just like pics

Stuck and hit by an avalanche....*







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Old 02-01-2018, 01:10 PM   #262
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Sasquatch, BC



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Old 02-01-2018, 01:10 PM   #263
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Whistler, BC



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Old 02-05-2018, 11:15 PM   #264
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Make up the fitting and measure the piece of pipe needed. I am using PEX, its awesome.

UPONOR PEX.....nice......plumbed our 5th with it...thought I was the only one using it in a RV
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The best stuff! No damn leaky threads!

I'm a general contractor, so I borrow from there, not so much the rv side of things. Pex rocks.

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Old 02-05-2018, 11:18 PM   #266
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Would there be room to park a 5th Wheel trailer at Sasquatch?
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We were on a weekday, so it was empty but I would say probably no problem. School busses make it in and out. Apparently if you park in the other lot there is a power pole with hookups too!

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Old 08-27-2018, 06:04 PM   #268
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Above your cooking area, please consider an evacuation fan. A window isn't enough. Burning petroleum products creates a toxic fog, and hardly anybody needs exhaust inside lungs inside a closed space.

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7.5x12 by about six and a half feet inside height
Our housetruck is built inside a former commercial transport. In the earlier incarnation, the box was 8.5x24 with an eight foot ceiling. That size was awkward to drive although more than enough for two adults and a dog.

After my Very Significant Other transitioned to the Boondock In The Sky, I replaced that yuge box with the 7.5x12.

The shorter height and narrower sides eases passages through rough terrain. A few more 'pin-stripes' add character... and gives a 'we do not care' message to trespassers.
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Above your cooking area, please consider an evacuation fan. A window isn't enough. Burning petroleum products creates a toxic fog, and hardly anybody needs exhaust inside lungs inside a closed space.

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7.5x12 by about six and a half feet inside height
Our housetruck is built inside a former commercial transport. In the earlier incarnation, the box was 8.5x24 with an eight foot ceiling. That size was awkward to drive although more than enough for two adults and a dog.

After my Very Significant Other transitioned to the Boondock In The Sky, I replaced that yuge box with the 7.5x12.

The shorter height and narrower sides eases passages through rough terrain. A few more 'pin-stripes' add character... and gives a 'we do not care' message to trespassers.
Hi!

Yeah we have a maxxfan that is over the cooking area. And yes, the screen on it does get nasty much faster than the one in the rear.

This size is big, but it's manageable. The height is the biggest issue for me. I'm just under 8' wide and 26' OAL.
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