Well, if you have been reading my blog for a while now, you know that among other things, we really like to camp. Part of our camping adventure is that I built our Teardrop (ish) camper that we currently camp in. I started a series of posts a while back that covered the what and how of our camper build. Y
BUT. I have decided to take this a different (AND MUCH BETTER) direction. So this will be the last post, at least for now, on the Regal Eagle. Here is a link to how things finished up…
Also, if you are a Facebook fan, here is an album of photos that I made while building the Regal Eagle.
We still have, and plan to keep the Regal Eagle.. so it’s not going anywhere. BUT I just felt like I could explain the process better if I had actual videos of the build and notes to accompany them.
After camper 1 was complete, my dad decided that he and my mom needed their own camper. So, build #2 is underway, and with that I have been videoing a much more comprehensive series on that build. In each of those videos I explain (in better detail) each of the steps to building a teardrop camper. So…
I am going to do a post a week here, over then next few weeks, catching up with those videos. Watching the videos on YouTube is great, but I will also include some notes and key points in the blog posts as to things that you need to pay particular attention to. At the end up the build I plan on selling an “as built” set of plans for this camper, as I have had quite a few people ask me if there is one. I will post more about that when the time comes.
In the meantime, be sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel here. I will post the Teardrop stuff (as well as some other DIY stuff I have planned) over there.
Feel free to shoot me an email brian at dadrambles dot com or Follow on Facebook. I have setup a page just for camping stuff that I will continue to post on as well. Only camping… Check it out on Regal Eagle Camping on Facebook.