Everybody needs to get away once in a while and there's nothing like camping to recharge the batteries.
I wanted a camper for a while, and after I saw my first teardrop, I was hooked.
I wasn't happy with the designs that I found online, so I broke out my drawing program and designed my own.
My camper was made almost entirely of scrap wood that I had laying around the barn. I used an old boat trailer that I had for the frame. When it was nearly complete, I realized that the leaf springs and axle couldn't be trusted with the new weight load, so I replaced them. The roof is a fully adhered tan TPO roof membrane. The walls and ceiling are insulated with 1 1/2" polyisocyanurate insulation and most of the trim lumber, including the walls and ceilings are "skid boards" from the local pallet company.