I went back and looked more closely at the fish/ice houses. They do have round openings with a lid so you can open them for fishing through the ice. Maybe some other northern RV shows have similar units, but this is the first time I've seen one. George, who grew up in northern Minnesota, did ice fishing but in tents or makeshift shelters. They froze their you-know-whats off! Here is an up-close look at the holes plus a look in the back of a camouflage unit that has chairs to sit in while you fish.
Someone at one of my presentations had mentioned a TV that flipped around so you could watch it in the living area or in the bedroom. Pretty nifty. And this trailer has an unusual front. I thought it was a park model at first, but it is a trailer.
It has been interesting to see what vendors choose to exhibit at these shows. In Minneapolis there were very few Class A motorhomes and a lot of trailers. Someone suggested that's because a lot of Minnesotans take a trailer out to a lake during the summer. A trailer surely makes sense for that. Other shows had more toy hauler trailers too. Different RV lifestyles for different folks. That's why there are so many choices!
The next show is back in Denver and is the 56th Annual Colorado RV, Sports, Boat and Travel Show. See the website for discount tickets and information. Jaimie Hall Bruzenak