Installing a Wood Floor in my Chevy Tahoe Camper

When I originally built my Tahoe for camping, I did so on a tight budget. I wasn’t sure how often I would use it or for how long. In the past year, I’ve spent a heck of a lot of time living out of my Chevy Tahoe camper. It’s been awesome but I’ve definitely seen some opportunities for improvement. And so, I’ve decided to start making incremental improvements and documenting them here!

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Low Budget Camper Conversion in a Nissan Rogue

Contrary to what you often see on social media, you don’t actually need a huge Mercedes Sprinter Van in order to enjoy the outdoors while living comfortably out of your car for extended periods of time. I’ll admit that my Tahoe is on the larger side (and I certainly pay the gas price for that) but I’ve seen people live full time in much smaller vehicles like a Honda Civic or even a Toyota Prius!

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My 4×4 Adventure on the White Rim Road

Back in September of 2020, I visited Moab, Utah with my parents. While we were there, we visited Canyonlands National Park where I happened upon information regarding the White Rim Road (or White Rim Trail as it is sometimes called) which forms a 100 mile loop through the backcountry of Canyonlands. To be more specific, I happened upon A Naturalist’s Guide to the White Rim Trail by David B. Williams and Damian Fagan. With this, I planned an overland adventure through Canyonlands for the Spring of 2021.

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