Off-the-Wall RVs: Don’t Try This at Home
Editor’s Note: The following photo package comes from the Seattle Post Intelligencer blog.
Nomadic people (Greek: nomádes, “those who let pasture herds”) are communities of people who move from one place to another, rather than settling permanently in one location. Nomad. Gypsy. Wanderer. Vagabond. Location-independent traveler. All these terms describe a person who loves variable scenery. They move from neighborhood to neighborhood, town to town, or country to country, doing what human evolution tells them to do: keep moving.
For many years RVs ( travel trailers, campers, fifth-wheesl …) have been offering a great, affordable way of sightseeing and vacationing … Plus high maintenance and gas expenses, storage space problems, minimum privacy ( if you live in RV park). Do I have to mention the whole “carbon footprint” and ” environmental impact ” those gas-guzzling monsters leave as they trail through nature?
For the most “environmentally conscious ” nomads, let me introduce you to … not exactly sure what to call them : camper bike, bike motorhome, bike trailer house?