Pleased to meet you, we are Carol and Steve, and we’re on the move. The way we “stay” when we are “out there” is typically either one of our tents, or our light weight 2022 Cherokee Wolf Pup 14CC that we can pull with a 2014 Jeep Wrangler JK. There was a 30′ motorhome in the picture but that was old and Carol wasn’t into it because we didn’t have wheels for toolin’ around or grocery runs and I didn’t want to drag a “toad”.
After a brief stint in the motorhome, our first camping trip together was epic, and all we brought was a 2 person tent of Carol’s and a 10 x 10 old tent of Steve’s.
It doesn’t matter how you get out there, it only matters that you do #getoutthere. We upgraded from that small tent that only fit two people and no luggage, and that big square wind trap that was falling apart, to a freakin’ ginormous Coleman Weathermaster that measures 17′ by 9′ that we dubbed “the condo”. As you see below, it has a dining area that is separated from the living quarters by a wall with a door. My favorite part is the portal door that swings open and closed on a “hinge” and that is VERY handy.
Although we still have all of those tents, we are roaming around these days in a 2022 Cherokee Wolf Pup 14CC with which we are in love. “The Pup” is the largest camper trailer we could find that could be towed (toad) by a Jeep Wrangler as long as you have the right motor, axle and transmission. It is small and light and contains everything: All of the amenities, comforts, necessities one could need or want. It’s just beautiful, for us. This is our tiny home away from home and it has higher frame clearance and 15″ all terrain tires (Adventure Package with solar).
As I’m typing this beside the fire at Nails State Park in Texas, dinner that was cooked in the Wolf Pup is ready. That’s a luxury, if you will, of working on the ‘net. I can work anywhere as long as there is a cell connection of at least one bar so I can hotspot a wifi connection to my lappy.
With that, I’ll say, “And to all a good night.”
You might see us out on a hike, or on a bike.
You might see us us at a show, or with trailer in tow.
You might see us in our tent, or on skis that we rent.
You might see us in kayaks, or in a fourbyfour layin’ new tracks.
You might see us riding a zip line, or exploring a mine.
Whatever adventure you see us on, be sure to say HI!