- January 11, 2020 at 17:57 #36867FreespoolParticipant
Bottom line, I like truck campers. I especially like the versatility they offer to there owners. With a appetite for the the written word on subjects that interest me, I am unwilling to discount any credible resource offering legitimate information or just entertaining content. With that said, take a look at the custom camper built by it’s owner. Additionally the article about Baja was fantastic. Both can be read over at TCM now. Enjoy, I did.
- January 12, 2020 at 18:41 #36890AnonymousInactive
I saw both those articles and agree they’re informative and entertaining. The baja article was very detailed.
There is also a great article here from Sept 2018 on traveling in Baja.
We would love to take a slow trip thru Baja with one or two other truck campers and follow a loose itenerary.
- January 13, 2020 at 06:44 #36898FreespoolParticipant
I feel the same way. I would love to load up a camper and pull a small trailer stuffed with quality diesel and everything else one brings camping and spend the summer down there. The problem is I’m fearful of being in places or country’s that don’t recognize my constitutional rights. Take for example, Pyramid lake in northern Nevada. The whole facility is owned and strictly run by the Indian tribes that are native to that part of Nevada. They impose strict rules and enforce them. They actually have the right to confiscate your belongings if your in violation of some more serious offences. Outsiders must go before a Indian panel to hear there fate, no thank you. I learned of this from other fisherman who were camping near me. I was gone the next morning.
There is a fishing web site called SC Surf Fishing that I used to be real active on. For surf fishing information it can’t be beat. I have read many highly detailed articles from there members outlining trips down south. Providing you can find the two old posts I think you would enjoy the content.
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