Building a Teardrop Trailer

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Adventure: “Hey, BURN!”

Recently, Nathan & Erin and the jPod crew left for a quick weekend of camping.  For convenience sake, we chose Heyburn State Park in the lovely state of Idaho. According to their website: “Heyburn State Park is the oldest park in the Pacific Northwest. Created in 1908, it is comprised of approximately 5,500 acres of …

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Adventure 03 – Traditional Family Camping

For about the past 60 years my family has been taking an annual camping trip as a sort of mini family reunion & our friends. The locations have varied over the years as one generation passes the baton to another but the camping is always memorable. This year, the camping trip was relatively close to …

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Adventure 02 – Lolo Trail, Idaho pt. 2

This blog entry documents the second day of our Lolo Trail trip & the jPod’s first off-road adventure with Nathan & Erin, Carl, and our family.  If you haven’t read about the trail & the day one report, visit it here:  Part 1 Day 2 The morning of day two was a bit cooler than …

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Adventure 02 – Lolo Trail, Idaho pt. 1

Life as a teacher is spooling up rapidly.  In the last few days before going back to work, Nathan & I planned an impromptu trip to the Nez Perce National Forest to drive the historic Lolo Motorway.  Nathan had done quite a bit of research on the trip before we ever decided to go.  I …

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