A frequent question we have been asked is just how waterproof is the Morris Mule trailer.
The short answer is, the Morris Mule trailer isn't waterproof, however, it does have seal around the top of the bed and a nice tongue in groove closure of the top doors that keep out a lot of the water and dust. In this video you'll see the gaskets that are in place on the trailer and the areas that don't have any gaskets.
Today is full of inspiring sights. The mountains and streams of Wyoming and Montana are awe-inspiring. Before we arrive at our reserved campsite beside Swan Creek, we stop off at the Medicine Wheel National Landmark.
These are our first two nights to camp near rivers. We camp beside the Cache La Poudre River of Colorado and by Little Goose Creek in the Bighorn National Forest of Wyoming. The sound of the water rolling over the rocks is heavenly and great for sleeping.
This part of our 23-day expedition from Texas to Washington takes us to Trinidad Lake State Park of Colorado.
It's raining and windy when we arrive at camp. Oh, and as we drive in we get to see someone else pull into the camp site we had reserved.
FINALLY - We're putting together the videos of our 23-day expedition from Texas to Washington State and back. This is the first day.
In this video, our dog, Viva, learns that she can play catch with us by dropping the ball down the stairs so that we can throw it back to her. It works pretty well!
The folks at Bisgear must have liked the video review we did of the camp cookset that they sent to us previously, because they just shipped a double hammock to us for review also. How cool is that!?
In discussing an emergency water storage solution two main goals were set: 1) We need to have enough water to sustain us for at least 30 days. 2) The water storage should be portable.