Chris - how about the bed? Tell us about it?
Edit: Looks like I found it. NORWELD DELUXE WEEKENDER ALUMINUM FLATBED https://dasmule.com/products/norweld-deluxe-weekender-aluminum-flatbed-tray-full-size-58-bed
Two Slumberjack Tough Cots w/ Floor Saver Cot Booties - Excellent Condition - local pick up only in Flagstaff Arizona
Two Slumberjack Country Squire 20 sleeping bags - Excellent Condition includes poly/cotton liner sheets - local pick up only in Flagstaff Arizona
Two Thermarest Trail Pro...
We went down and saw one at LaMesa RV in Phoenix on Saturday. I'm pretty impressed with the layout and some of the design features. Found some good info on the Lichtsinn.com/blog.
Espar Heating on the GO in the Revel
How is the Winnebago Revel 4×4 Insulated
The Winnebago Revel Interior and...
Me too, I'm getting tired of hauling around my big blue wood chuck box. mine probably weighs 50lbs loaded. I think my 22" two burner Partner Steel stove should fit in a Trail Kitchen unit. I'm gonna need a wind screen too for my stove sitting on top of the TK. The Trail Kitchen looks good, I'm...
The Winnebago site shows them as standard equipment under specifications/exterior:
Side screen door
Rear screen door
Powered patio awning
Porch light w/interior switch
Running boards w/ground effect lighting and rocker trim w/mud guard
Rear mud guards
All the units advertise a "15 x 15-foot zone of protection for bug-free comfort". They all use the same size pads but different fuel options. My experience was a little smaller zone at 8500 ft with a light breeze. Initially we had a hard time getting the new unit it to light, but after several...
I ran the Backpacker on a small 4oz isobutane/propane canister for at least 12 hours and it still had some fuel. I've seen some how-to YouTubes on refiling the butane cartridges used with the portable Thermacells - not for me. I haven't seen any adapters for using propane. I think Thermacell...