Life off the grid in the SW Texas desert. An experiment in sustainable living. NUMBERS AT THE END OF EACH BLOG POST: temp at 8PM,high temp,low temp,rainfall,wind conditions(CalmBreezyWindyGusty).
What kind of vehicle is that? Don't think I have ever seen one like it?
Hope to see you at the Starlight next Monday!
Well did Mr Floppy make it inside or not? Sure looked like he was thinking about it.
The vehicle may be a Unicat or maybe an Earthcruiser. The Unicat website has some great pictures.I love the mug. When will you start selling them?
Mr Floppy might be smelling some of that special alfalfa stash set aside for Benita.
Very nice perspective JW. Interesting...thanks.
Is there going to be a Mr. Floppy mug too?
The cab looks like a converted fire engine and the house looks like some kind of tank or other container and looks to be just sitting on the bed of the truck.JW, what is the web site painted on the door? I can't quiet make it out.
What JLP said...
Today I saw a truck carrying a garbage dumpster that was shapped just like the one in the pic. I think that house is a converted dumpster. That took a lot of imaganation. Years ago we had a joke about Texas Aggies painting a W on the side of a garbage truck and calling it a Winnebago. I know, it's not very funny now but was years ago.
Waiting to get the web address too. Those are popular in many places other than the states. Unicat is my dream vehicle.
Hello,we are the Owner of the Vagabond Truck...It was a Fireengine in the front, and the back comes from eastern Germany Militär. With 6000 hours we build it to an RV and live inside since Dezember 2009.USA is so big to explore, and it is unbelieveable nice!!!We wish we had more time but our Visa...Thanks for your postings and enjoy your countryOlaf & Simone
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