Wednesday, July 26, 2006

I now live in this specially engineered cargo trailer with the unique quality of being invisible–or at least unnoticeable–with no external evidence of being lived in–so that I can camp almost anywhere unmolested.


the peripatetic poodle said...

Words, words, words. That's just what you'd expect from a durned poet. Cough up some numbers, baby.

1. How much does your trailer weigh "before and after?"
2. What do you pull it with? Model? Engine? Tranny? Differential gear ratio.

the peripatetic poodle said...

Just read your comments in the "Networking" section of an RV organization: you are running a dorm room frig on a inexpensive, Walmart-type, 750 Watt inverter?

That is surprisingly good news. But I would be curious to compare the use of a true-sine wave inverter with the cheapo, modified sine wave inverters.

I just experienced an impressive difference between the two, and wonder if the use of a cheapo contributed to the recent demise of an expensive battery charger of mine.

The good news is that low power, true sine wave inverters are actually rather economical. (I bought a Samlex, 300 W, from

squire said...

OK, I want a write-up on your little trailer.

high plateau drifter said...

No suh!
Ya cain't fool me.
This ain't no stealth RV.
This hyuh a squatter be.