January 02, 2024 2 min read
Check out "Tuck's Truck" Tune M1 camper on a Chevy Colorado- it's only six months old but racking up the miles on many adventures with Alana, Glen and their pup.
Is this your daily driver or getaway car?
What do you like most about your rig?
Having the camper ready at a moment's notice. Not only do we keep all of the bedding in the camper (Hest Dually Wide mattress, two Hest pillows, Down Comforter, sleeping bags and a throw blanket), we can fit all of our camera gear, and camp equipment without any sacrifice.
On your average weekend adventure, what is the gear set up you bring with you? How did you navigate gear storage needs into your rig set up?We feel like we have the rig dialed to a point where we aren’t fighting for space or what we want to bring. Our essentials are our camera gear, clothes/toiletries, camp kitchen, Mountain House meals and definitely a propane heater. That way we can camp at a moment's notice with food, heat, a toothbrush and a sense of adventure.
Coolest place you’ve taken your rig to?
We’ve only owned the truck for about six months as of now, but we would say our favorite trip was driving up to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area in Minnesota. We were only about 3 miles from the border of Canada and just absolutely surrounded by luscious greenery, thousands of lakes, and the calls of loons echoing through the woods.
Any projects in the pipeline to get your rig even more adventure ready?
Biggest challenge in your build out?We would definitely say buying a new generation vehicle is cool until you realize how behind companies are in making new products for them. We’re antsy to build it out!
Tips for others looking to do the same to their vehicle?
Just take it one step at a time. We think too many people are chomping at the bit to build their rigs out… you have to enjoy the journey! All the parts. We always say: it’s not an adventure until something goes wrong.
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