Teardrop Trailer Adventures

How We Camp in Our Teardrop Camper

These are my Teardrop Trailer Adventures!

“I built my first Teardrop Trailer (the JPod) in 2006.  At the time, I had no idea how impactful that one trailer would be on my life.  That first trailer has lead to so many camping adventures, so many new friendships, so many wonderful customers, a feature film, and so many more wonderful memories.”

Mark (Founder of Overlandtrailer.com)

Animal Attacks In the Middle of the Night – A Story

Something that I’d like the podcasts to do is feature actual camping stories.  The last episode focused primarily on an author and was largely editorial.  This one is just one of my favorite camp stories. I was in the 3rd grade when this story happened.  This is my recollection of …

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Freedom of Travel & The Wilderness

 “Just Living is not enough…One Must Have Sunshine, Freedom, and a little Flower” – Hans Christian Anderson To me, Freedom is adventure.  It isn’t the day to day grind.  That is a groove of habit that becomes a trench with boundaries in my life.  “Freedom,” as Robert Frost wrote, …

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Minirodante Hecha En Casa – Teardropping in Argentina

“That’s the thing with handmade items. They still have the person’s mark on them, and when you hold them, you feel less alone.” – Aimee Bender In grade school, I remember having a pen pal in a foreign land (Germany? possibly…).  I remember being amazed at the personal touch I received from …

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Adventure Canada: How to Go Crazy

This is the 3rd post on the Adventure Canada Series. If you haven’t read parts 1-2 of the blog series yet, you can read them here: Adventure Canada: Failure to Launch Adventure Canada: The Gravel Strip & Beauty Adventure Canada: How to Go Crazy   “All you need is love. …

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Merry Christmas From OT

About the Photo: This is our first customer ordered 58 Heald Trailer in the Vibrant Yellow color.  During this build, we dubbed this trailer “The Honey Bee” for two reasons.  Obviously a black and yellow trailer looks like a honey bee.  The second reason is that the customers are involved …

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