Actually it's a Chalet and it's not a joke. The final project is Coast Guard approved and working very well at 20 knots firewall forward, thank you bery, bery mucho.
I have ALL the luxuries of a full sized house boat including air conditioning, a 6 gallon hot water tank and shower, not to mention HD TV and a 4.5 gallon cassette electric FLUSH toilet. Oh yeah, there's also the queen memory foam bed, refrigerator/freezer and furnace, 2 burner stove, 2 bowl stainless sink and no worries in a wind and rain storm since the entire unit is hard sided and weather stripped. There's nothing quite like being able to make ice while under way, I really can't stand my Margaritas straight up - know what I mean?
Enjoy your *tent*
camper! (but when it's cold, rainy and blowing like a sonomobeach don't come giggling to me.) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9YsRa1NbLe4
very nice, sorry if I didn't take it seriously. Sounds like you have done a great job finding what works best for you.
In regards to "cold, raining & blowing" I am (or maybe was) a winter camper and have camping in -20 so weather has never really stopped me from enjoying my hobby. Here in Ontario we get two seasons... hot or cold and not much in between so learning how to enjoy oneself in any situation is minatory.
I have been looking around on this forum and saw a "Sun Tracker" and it seems to have caught my eye. My largest concern is that it's width is 8.6... that might be a little difficult towing around to different destinations. According to the website there is a dealer about 9 kms away from my house. Might stop by there today and pick there brain. I wonder if they would take a slightly used 31 foot travel trailer in on trade