Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Luxury Camping

Not sure I need to link this to anyone, but had to share this picture with you.

Some of you have posted pictures of your travel trailers, and this one takes the cake, right? 

I'm really not a camper
In the literal sense of the word.
But to camp in this kind of luxury
Is really quite absurd!

We've had a little dab of rain, and the weather is still holding in the 70s most of the time here in Texas. On Tuesday nights, we are continuing our conversational Spanish class. Yesterday was our last class, and we played Uno in Spanish. It was quite entertaining. We continue working at getting these words and phrases into our brains, but it is a challenge. It does help to speak the words. Buenos Dias, my friends.

Linda Kay



32 comments:

biebkriebels said...

Looks like a mobile apartment building!

eileeninmd said...

Oh wow, that is huge. I can not imagine driving something so big. Enjoy your day!

eViL pOp TaRt said...

That is so absurdly funny!

Latane Barton said...

Now, that trailer trailer takes the cake!! Who would have ever thought of it. Seems someone did.
I gotta get out my Uno cards. Haven't played in forever.

Mike said...

So instead of a double wide it's a double high.

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

That's definitely 'taking your home with you.'

The Furry Gnome said...

You're roght, absurd!

Karen S. said...

Wow, now that is really something!

Rain Trueax said...

it would have the advantage of being a little vacation cabin that could move with the seasons... if one could afford the fuel bill ;)

Anvilcloud said...

That is incredible.

Saucy Kodz said...

I could drive this rig, no problem there, but I thing this is just so ridiculous. I am not that kind of camper. ha,ha

TexWisGirl said...

yup, it deserves a wow.

Theresa said...

Although that is a cool looking "camper" I don't think it counts as camping. Have a great rest of the week :)

Lin Floyd said...

i'm all for simple luxury...lol!

Tom said...

well fuel is a bit cheaper these days

Gail said...

I could do with a more modest camper. Used to camp in tents but now roughing it to me is no hot water.

fishducky said...

That's not a camper--it's an ESTATE!!

John's Island said...

Hi Linda Kay, Love your little poem there! :-) Hey, that thing is so tall ... they must have to watch out for low bridges! :-)

McGuffy Ann Morris said...

I love this! Many truckers use rigs when retired, turning them into campers. These go for big bucks and are usually very luxurious. Thanks for sharing this!

Big Sky Heidi said...

That is so classic!

Kay said...

Good gosh! Could that be for real?

Gosia k said...

great vehicle

William Kendall said...

One low bridge and your day is ruined.

Rose said...

I would not call that camping! However, I would love to see inside it.

Cherdo said...

Hola!

My sister has a fifth-wheel camper right now, but their last RV was PLUSH. I called it the rolling throne. The pull out sections really made it like a small house, lol.

bj said...

Boy...I'd love to see the inside...it's almost TOO large. :)

Lexa Cain said...

Hahaha! I'm not much of a camper, but this might entice me to try it! :)

Lea said...

Amazing!
Have a great day!
Lea

Margaret-whiteangel said...

That is amazing. Wonder do they have a home as well!

Rory Bore said...

Oh wow. Yeah, that's not really camping. That's "glamping" for sure. Although I can't say I would mind trying it once, since we get rained out in our tent every single summer. We know some people who do build permanent wood structures attached to their RV, but it's normally just an extra seating area.

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Here in Texas it's a good thing to be able to speak and understand Spanish, tho the dialect is quite different at times in certain areas. I've two SIL that are of Latin descent and it kinda comes easy for me [for the most part].

As for the camper trailer/truck. I wouldn't even consider driving it or traveling in it. To each their own.

Uno in Spanish. That makes sense. :Sacar Quatro: Don't know if that is spelled correctly. Dios mi amigo...or amiga. :-)

Lori said...

Oh my gosh! Now that's not camping. That's taking your mansion with you. How could it even fit in the campsites? I would love to see the inside though!

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