Mobile Hotel Room by Terry Holt
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Some Excerpts from Terry’s own journal:
“Styrofoam: Art or Invention? Either way… if you want a camper you can walk away from or live in, in all kinds of weather, THIS may be it…
After coming up with a design that looked like a small salt box house. I decided to do what I call a functional mockup of styrofoam and duct tape. This was low cost and easy to fabricate.
In a week I had a working model. I tested it in 110 degree days and in some cool nights. It worked wonderfully well and stood some pretty high winds too. The news said gusts up to 50 mph but probably not that fast in my yard. But still enough to scare me over my brain child.
Realizing that the plywood version would be 10 times as heavy and not nearly as good thermally, I decided to stick with the white styrofoam…
…it was time to return to my love in Canada; so I collapsed the shelter onto the trailer and headed North towing my brain child.
It was not an uneventful trip…but… There was more excitement with the lighting, but that is of a more mundane nature…
I measured it’s internal temperature in minus 20-30C weather when heated with a small tent heater. It was over 70F. Styrofoam was a good choice.” ~Terry Holt
Check out the Quelab’s post and slideshow! http://quelab.net/wordpress/879/terrys-amazing-little-camping-trailer/