Make a light weight camper for the back of your truck, a trailer or a shelter in 60 minutes! Teal Tail Feather Campers are purchased as kits with component parts. Panels weigh only 20 pounds each, have 2 inches of insulation and can be made in several sizes and shapes.
I had read a press release about these recently and was intrigued. They are making their public debut here at the Colorado RV, Sports, Boat & Travel Show here in Denver. You can not only purchase the shell, but you can outfit it inside too.
Displayed was a model on a utility trailer. Ryan Speir, sales manager, showed me how the roof can slide partially open, making it ideal for the amateur astronomer. It can be plugged into electricity. And, they are talking to Habitat for Humanity about using these as shelters for the homeless; tents, the usual shelters, have to be replaced periodically because they wear out. These last for years. And, they can be disassembled easily and stored, taking up a fraction of the space.
Check out their website. These versatile campers will especially appeal to the sportsman - for ice fishing, hunting, or a weekend camping trip. They would work well for family camping too, for a shelter from the weather. You might get an idea for a use from looking at pictures there. Better yet, come to the RV show and look for yourself! Jaimie Hall Bruzenak