RVing Is Genetic

Home Built RV Kitchen DrawerHere’s proof! My grand father made his own Pop-Up Camper…a scratchbuilt camper from a scrap axle out of a Ford Model A and some common sense engineering.
Home Built RV Bunk BedsThough I never had the pleasure of traveling and camping in it, my dad and my older cousins did. That trailer lasted long past its camping days. Home Built RV Dressing AreaMany years later it was the family’s utility trailer used to haul just about everything. In fact when we got married, my bride and I hauled all of our possessions to my first Air Force duty station in Missouri. We towed it behind our 1968 Plymouth Barracuda. Later the trailer was returned back where it started and saw continued service with someone else in the family.

I’ll share more photos of this homemade classic in the future.

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Gerald Voigt

Gerald's interests are wide and varied. His work career started in the United States Air Force and since then has worked in logistics management, retail & service management as well as manufacturing. He's an author, photographer, pilot, radio show host and marketing consultant who enjoys RVing which allows him greater freedom to explore, meet new acquaintances and serve his clients.

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