Robert was living in Oregon, hunting, fishing, hiking, and chasing his dreams of working at a local restaurant he admired. He had finally made it — he got the job! — when a drunk driver pinned Robert between the vehicle and a tree and Robert lost his leg. For a long time, Robert felt aimless, until he found himself throwing a bed in the back of his utility trailer and spending a few weeks camping.
That was the beginning of Robert’s journey to his nomadic lifestyle. He eventually got a second, larger cargo trailer and made it into his home sweet home. He loves the desert in particular and has made his cargo trailer house meet his needs.
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Awning, Solar Power, and Cook’s Kitchen!
I love the green and light wood tones he chose.
His elevator bed sits on top of the bench seating.
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- Finally made it to his dream career
- A drunk driver hit him, pinning his leg against a tree
- For a few years, he was feeling despair/aimless
- Eventually traveled in his cargo trailer, loved it!
- Second conversion, mostly DIY
- Did all the carpentry
- Bench seating
- Elevator bed
- Cassette toilet
- Butcher block countertops
- Deep sink
- Hanging closet
- RV-style refrigerator
- Screen doors in the back.
- Enjoying Wheelchair-Accessible VAN Life!
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