Can a person (me) who is barely competent with tools build out a very strangely shaped 4-door sedan (“it’s not a sedan… it’s a LACROSSE!!”) into a comfortable sleeping pod slash microcamper? Join me on a journey into good intentions, lack of patience, mostly level and somewhat square woodworking , and the birth of a micorcamper built for bike touring. Probably. Maybe.
Hey it’s the direct download link for The Pedalshift Project 241: The Microcamper Project – Part 2 (mp3).
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Pedalshift Microcamper Project
- Check out Pedalshift 240 for the reason for all of this
- I promised pics… sorry/you’re welcome:
And oh hey… Live show! 4/30 fri 9pm ET! Topics and more TBA but I’m sure a segment will be on the microcamper as touring enhancer. Click here for the details. Programming note, this live show will be rebroadcast as the pod on May 6th, which will knock the best of out of its usual first Thursday perch to the second Thursday in May which is May 13th.
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