Retro-Style Camping Trailer For Living Off The Grid
This retro-style camping trailer was designed specifically for living off the grid. The Vistabule, as it’s called, was the idea of Burt Taylor, and was designed after the 1930’s version of the teardrop trailer used by people during the Great Depression to literally search for greener pastures. But since the Great Depression, this camping trailer has since taken on a new form, being fully-customizable.
Oftentimes described as “a room with a view, a window to the world,” the Vistabule’s huge, frontal windows offer stunning panoramic views. With a total body length of just 14 feet, the camping trailer may be small, but it offers something much more. Its versatility is virtually unmatched by any state-of-the-art, or high-end villa, anywhere in the world. You can take this camping trailer anywhere and live alongside it wherever its wheels may take you.
When it comes to the insides, there’s a queen-sized sofa-bed, a kitchenette, and storage space. The kitchenette sports a sink with running water, a two-burner stove and enough space to store pots, pans, and whatever else you need. The Vestibule is designed in such a way so as to maximize space in the most efficient way possible. It also has tables, which you can use as folder-uppers, as well as a table that pops out of the floor.
You can visit the website where this camping trailer can be found, and if you’re ready for an actual adventure, well, you know what you have to do.
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