My parents are soon moving out of their home in the City of the Kawartha Lakes. This means that my 'base camp' for adventuring in that area is going away. I had bought an old pop-up camper trailer frame last year which I spent many hours removing rust, and unneeded or broken parts from. I redid the bearings, replaced one of the tires and got it generally up to par with something that is usable. I was planning to make this into a mini camper that I could tow whenever I went out for a long expedition, somewhere I could have shelter and limited power to allow me to edit and backup my photos. I was storing this at my parent's house, since I live in an apartment and that wouldn't work out very well in Toronto besides. Now that they are moving, I had to push plans forward. Over the Easter weekend, I bought the basic materials to get the floor on and get it legal for the road. This coming weekend I need to test the lights and then see about getting it to a staging point while their house sells. It will eventually be moved to their new place, over four hours north of Toronto. It has been a major learning experience, but I am fairly happy with the results considering it was built without a plan and nothing more than a basic image in my head. Figuring everything out happened on the fly, which is a skill I seem to have come by naturally. This weekend coming up, I have to work on Sunday morning but hopefully I'll be able to get something for North Evergreen Monthly and compile that before May 1st.