Mad Scientists of the Truck Camping World An Interview with Truck Camper Magazine
We have never encountered a couple who approached truck camper upgrades and modifications with more of a scientific mindset than Lexi and Chris. With that mindset comes a bit of madness, as in an eager willingness to think up, research, and deploy cutting-edge experiments no camper manufacturer would dare consider.Angela White, Truck Camper Magazine
Today is a big day for us. In our little world of truck-camper-dom the digital publication Truck Camper Magazine looms large. And today, our interview went live.
Sure, we knew how a lot of it would turn out based on the interview questions and our answers. But the intro, written by Angela White of Truck Camper Magazine is a surprise. It’s fun to get a glimpse into how we appear to others. And the six-paragraph introduction is a mini-biography of our last seven years of truck camper innovation. I quoted my favorite takeaway above highlighting “scientific mindset” mixed with “a bit of madness”. Does this make us the mad scientists of the truck camping world?
Whatever your takeaway may be, read the whole write up and interview on Truck Camper Magazine today: Roam Lab Truck Camping Test Bed
This is definitely the coolest Avion I have ever seen. We had a 11 foot Avion that had similar problems of rot, unfortunately Hurricane Katrina took care of the rebuild. It was in our garage and the tidealwave came through and rolled it off of it stands. Cousa board is wonderful material but I found it to be part of the devil’s workshop to work with. Congratulations on your camper, it is beautiful!
I’m sorry to hear about your Avion. That is a brutal way to lose it. Do you have some other truck camper these days?
You are right about Coosa. We may treat it as some plywood equivalent, but it comes with its own bugs and features. A day of sawing and sanding means a night of itching if I haven’t properly suited up beforehand!
I am looking forward to finding the article and reading it. I did not see a link to the article.
The link is at the end of the article but I can appreciate that bold text may not be obvious enough of an indicator that something is a link. Here you go: https://www.truckcampermagazine.com/camper-lifestyle/roam-lab-truck-camping-test-bed/