Project Bird Hunter

WyoCherokee

Adventurer
Have to say im pretty impressed with this little camper. I am now living in it full time while inbetween houses and it has plenty of room. It pulls nice, rides great off road, and has held up pretty good so far.
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XJSuperman

OhIOWAn
Looks good. I only question how easy/hard it is to get to the cooler. A full cooler in the middle will be a pain to get out and drain the water every day. My personal preference is to be able to reach it from my seat if possible, or at least by a door.

What goes in front of the cooler?
 

WyoCherokee

Adventurer
Looks good. I only question how easy/hard it is to get to the cooler. A full cooler in the middle will be a pain to get out and drain the water every day. My personal preference is to be able to reach it from my seat if possible, or at least by a door.

What goes in front of the cooler?
Its a very lightweight cooler. i can pick it up with one hand fully loaded with food and Ice. After loading up this evening for a 4 day trip, i realized i have to burry the cooler with gear in order to leave room for the dogs, so ill have to re-build the container and get thinner low profile boxes to move items to the roof rack to free up interior room. Once at camp though, it will free up allot of room for the intended use of on trail storage.

Gear for 4 Days for 1 Person and 2 Dogs. Probably a bit overpacked.
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Vehicle gear in the rear storage. Jerry Can, HI Lift and Axe on the Roof
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(tent, sleeping bag, pillow, pad, hammock in a black duffel). (Fishing Pack, Cooler, Water Jugs, Camp Tote). (Binoculars, Fire Extinguisher, Mag light)
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Finally Room For the Dogs on the back deck. Handlers Bag, Firearm, Trail Snacks, GPS, etc all go in or On the Passenger Seat/ Center Console.
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