• Cade’s Cove

    February 11, 2016 Comments (0) Home, Teardrop, Trails

    Several months back I planned a trip to Cade’s Cove in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. I was able to finish the camper in time to take it! We left work at noon and made the 3 hour trip. We got to Cade’s Cove around 4 and picked out a site. You pick

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  • Mostly Finished!

    January 28, 2016 Comments (0) Home, Teardrop

    With a camping trip planned for the end of January, the pressure was on to finish the camper in time. I spent evenings after work for 2 weeks finishing the metal on the outside, attaching the aluminum trim, installing the front window, installing the galley hinge and

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  • Paint, Flooring and Hatch

    January 13, 2016 Comments (0) Home, Teardrop

    Through December I was able to work on the camper here and there. I painted the inside walls and stained the ceiling. I also bought some leftover vinyl from a local flooring store for the inside and galley. I used quarter round trim that was reclaimed from the scrap

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  • Side Door Construction

    January 13, 2016 Comments (0) Home, Teardrop

    When I was planning my camper I knew that I wanted doors on both sides. I did not want to have to climb over to get out. Pre-made camper doors for teardrops are expensive, At least $200 each and they would have required design changes on my sidewalls to fit. I planned

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