Robin Warner typically wears one too many layers skiing.
How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Trailer Life
30 Questions for Your Family's First Day on the Snow
5 Absolute Must-Have Gifts for Outdooring Moms
Learning the Ropes
A beginner's guide to rock climbing with kids
Congratulations on your soon to be retirement, John! The trailer is a Forest River RPOD. As you continue your research you’ll find that RPOD owners get a “little” excited about their trailers. It’s an aluminum frame, lightweight trailer made for mid-sized vehicles. Over two+ years we’ve traveled thousands and thousands of miles, and slept nearly 70 nights in it as a family of four and the trailer has held up perfectly. I think it’s a great option if your priority is outside living.
The real selling point for me was the “garage” in back that we use as an outside kitchen complete with sink, storage, propane hook ups, speakers and lights.
As of 8/1/17, Loop A is open.
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