CR-V Camper Conversion Part 6 is admittedly behind schedule. Hell, part 5 was over a month ago. What the hell have I been doing? Have I given up? Nah. I’ve been busy. There’s been a lot going on lately. Often, when I do find myself with a little time to spare, the weather isn’t playing

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I haven’t made a lot of progress lately. After having been out out of town for a weekend, it took me a while to catch up, and then the next free time I had was on the following weekend, and it was chilly and rainy, but despite that, I did manage to make a tiny

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As I feared, I haven’t had a whole lot of time to work on this in the last couple weeks. It seems like the whole thing is dragging on, but the good news is that while in project downtime, I’ve been able to put some thought into a few things that I might have otherwise

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Wow, what a week. I had to pretty much wait all week before I was able to put more time into this project. It sucked because I realized just how obsessed I am over this. I couldn’t stop thinking about it. Oh, I should have done this instead. Oh, maybe if I laid it out

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Well, I guess I’m actually doing this. I’ll be honest, For a couple days, after I took the seats out, I kind of half-expected to change my mind and put them back in. Instead, I found that having the seats out sort of forced me into a planning state of mind, and although I didn’t

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Since I was a kid, I’ve dreamed of having a cabin on a lake somewhere up north. Someday, I hope to make that happen. I also dream about having an RV of some sort, which would be like having another cabin, but one in which I could take wherever I wanted to. It would be

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The route we took from Moose Lake to Snowbank Lake, August 2019

This post is a continuation of part two, so you may want to start there. Of course if you haven’t read that one yet, you should probably start with part one. In the wee hours of night, it did rain a bit. It wasn’t terrible. There wasn’t any thunder, lightning, or wind. Just a soft

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The route we took from Moose Lake to Snowbank Lake, August 2019

This post is a continuation of part one, so you may want to start there. If you’ve already read that, then let’s keep talking, shall we? When we finally had enough sitting, we decided it was time for dinner, so we rustled through the supplies provided by our outfitter and tag-teamed the effort of prepping

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The route we took from Moose Lake to Snowbank Lake, August 2019

I don’t know if “adventure” is the right word to use there. Do adventures typically come with the possibility of great physical harm, or worse? Maybe? Possibly? I guess all the trouble that Indiana Jones found himself in could be considered “adventures,” so why not? Let’s go with that. Adventure! Let me clarify a few

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