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Re: Trooper Camping Companion (aka the "Shaggy Shack")

Postby Chitzu » Tue Jan 28, 2014 7:37 pm

Shaggy will have to remind Zoe that he has a $750 budget and can't go over it so dumpster diving is a necessity. You haven't have you?
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Re: Trooper Camping Companion (aka the "Shaggy Shack")

Postby shaggydoink » Tue Jan 28, 2014 10:59 pm

Chitzu wrote:Shaggy will have to remind Zoe that he has a $750 budget and can't go over it so dumpster diving is a necessity. You haven't have you?


Over $750? Hmm... well... I guess that sort of depends on what the boundaries of said budget is. :roll: Regardless, I like the strategy and will definitely give it a shot!!

Speaking of budget.............. I got a few items to fix the collapsed mattress platform, but after about half an hour I realized that the design was simply too weak so decided to head back to Lowe's and get some materials to make "platform 2.0". Instead of the 2x2 rails I upgraded to 2x3, for a stronger leg support I drilled out a 1-1/4" hole and embedded some 3/4" threaded couplings which the compression fittings screw into:

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As it was cold and snowing I couldn't pull my wife's Fiat out of the garage so had to finish the last few steps in the kitchen, here's the finished product outside of staining and sealing the replacement wood pieces:

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It seems to be pretty strong and I'm hopeful it'll work out, I just found out that my upcoming trip may require *four* people to sleep in the shack so I'll need every inch I can get!!

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Re: Trooper Camping Companion (aka the "Shaggy Shack")

Postby bradzuzu » Tue Jan 28, 2014 11:52 pm

Might have to stick one in the trooper lol
I can see it now , in the not so distant future you'll have two tents sown together making a two story with stairs :) or a doubled up second platform requiring that you run and jump to get into bed ...
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Re: Trooper Camping Companion (aka the "Shaggy Shack")

Postby shaggydoink » Wed Jan 29, 2014 9:29 am

bradzuzu wrote:Might have to stick one in the trooper lol
I can see it now , in the not so distant future you'll have two tents sown together making a two story with stairs :) or a doubled up second platform requiring that you run and jump to get into bed ...


Yeah, with my wife showing more interest in making trips and my daughter having a boyfriend I'm starting to wish I had gone with the larger size tent... so a "shack 4.0" might be in the making at some point! :roll:

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Re: Trooper Camping Companion (aka the "Shaggy Shack")

Postby bradzuzu » Wed Jan 29, 2014 1:48 pm

Good for you getting everybody interested in the outdoors !! Maybe an older canvas tent with squarer walls would be the best solution .. I had an old camel tent that was nice and roomy until I took it elk hunting and tried to get 2' of snow off of it and it came crashing down, it was like a cartoon where it was make the crick sounds until it finaly smashed down... Oh and the mental picture of me with a shovel and my brother saying wait as I touched the top lol
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Re: Trooper Camping Companion (aka the "Shaggy Shack")

Postby DSUZU » Wed Jan 29, 2014 6:12 pm

shaggydoink wrote:
DSUZU wrote:More training required :D Dennis
My older one is a scrounger like Dad, the younger one is like your daughter. D.


LOL!! Yeah, it's going to be tough, I swear she's developed an instinct for it... in fact, there are occasions where she's almost like Radar on MASH where she'll give me a stern "nooooo" before I've even identified the object for which I'll likely be inclined to want to grab! :roll:

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Re: Trooper Camping Companion (aka the "Shaggy Shack")

Postby Bansil » Wed Jan 29, 2014 6:25 pm

DSUZU wrote:
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DSUZU wrote:More training required :D Dennis
My older one is a scrounger like Dad, the younger one is like your daughter. D.


LOL!! Yeah, it's going to be tough, I swear she's developed an instinct for it... in fact, there are occasions where she's almost like Radar on MASH where she'll give me a stern "nooooo" before I've even identified the object for which I'll likely be inclined to want to grab! :roll:

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Like wives, they can see the look in your eyes. While out driving around, we'll see something and the wife will say "don't even think about it". My subdivision (1500 homes) used to an annual "junk day" where everyone put out their unwanted stuff and the sanitation department would come around on Monday to haul it all off. It was kind of like Christmas :D . My wife would cringe every year. Dennis

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Re: Trooper Camping Companion (aka the "Shaggy Shack")

Postby shaggydoink » Fri Jan 31, 2014 4:18 pm

I'm so excited, a small envelope arrived today from Bansil!

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I'll post up a couple pics once the mini project has been completed. :)

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Re: Trooper Camping Companion (aka the "Shaggy Shack")

Postby DSUZU » Fri Jan 31, 2014 5:32 pm

shaggydoink wrote:

As it was cold and snowing I couldn't pull my wife's Fiat out of the garage so had to finish the last few steps in the kitchen, here's the finished product outside of staining and sealing the replacement wood pieces:

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YOU'VE MOVED 'ZU STUFF INTO THE KITCHEN????????? My wife would have me and everything Isuzu on our way to the junkyard the next day! Dennis
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Re: Trooper Camping Companion (aka the "Shaggy Shack")

Postby shaggydoink » Fri Jan 31, 2014 6:40 pm

DSUZU wrote:YOU'VE MOVED 'ZU STUFF INTO THE KITCHEN?????????


Yeah... I did get a bit of a :roll: from my wife, but was given a little latitude once I provided the option for her to not come on the mini expedition planned for next weekend due to lack of sleeping space. ;)

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Re: Trooper Camping Companion (aka the "Shaggy Shack")

Postby shaggydoink » Fri Jan 31, 2014 6:49 pm

The measurements I sent must have been a little off so I had to take a little artistic license applying the decals, but I officially have a "home away from home" address courtesy of Bansil. Thanks mate!! :thumbup:

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Re: Trooper Camping Companion (aka the "Shaggy Shack")

Postby Bansil » Fri Jan 31, 2014 6:52 pm

8) that turned out great....cheers
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Re: Trooper Camping Companion (aka the "Shaggy Shack")

Postby bradzuzu » Fri Jan 31, 2014 8:56 pm

That turned out great !! Good job !!
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Re: Trooper Camping Companion (aka the "Shaggy Shack")

Postby shaggydoink » Fri Jan 31, 2014 9:22 pm

bradzuzu wrote:Good for you getting everybody interested in the outdoors !!


Yes, a blessing and a curse... the curse simply being me not being able to sleep trying to figure out how to fit four people with air mattresses into a tent that has proven to be tight with three! :roll:

After literally hours of sketching different combinations the math simply was not working out on way or another and I was about to give up, then it dawned on me to pivot some people perpendicular to the mattress... it will be a "comfy fit" but a queen and a twin, with a raised twin on one end will not only fit mathematically, but accommodate four people (the darker blue/grey represents a queen mattress, the lighter blue/grey represents a twin):

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Tomorrow I'll pick up a queen air mattress (yep, add another $20 to the total! LOL!), set things up and see if it actually works in reality...

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Re: Trooper Camping Companion (aka the "Shaggy Shack")

Postby hessmess » Fri Jan 31, 2014 9:57 pm

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Re: Trooper Camping Companion (aka the "Shaggy Shack")

Postby bradzuzu » Fri Jan 31, 2014 11:04 pm

I'm tellin ya two story with the king sleeping up top :) and the wife of course ... Boyfriend has to sleep in trooper lol come on dad set some standards lol

Time to good will shop for a canvas tent that'll make a huge difference with headroom ...
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Re: Trooper Camping Companion (aka the "Shaggy Shack")

Postby DSUZU » Sat Feb 01, 2014 7:55 am

shaggydoink wrote:


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I see mummies. Has "the shack" morphed into a pyramid? :D Dennis
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Re: Trooper Camping Companion (aka the "Shaggy Shack")

Postby shaggydoink » Sat Feb 01, 2014 8:24 am

Yeah, the mummy bag was the first image I could find, it does make things look a little freaky doesn't it... well, more freaky than this whole peculiar setup is to begin with I should say! LOL! :mrgreen:

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Re: Trooper Camping Companion (aka the "Shaggy Shack")

Postby shaggydoink » Sat Feb 01, 2014 6:04 pm

Well, what worked out on paper didn't work out precisely in reality... the raised mattress platform could not be pushed to the very outside of the tent's footprint so there was not enough space to fit the queen mattress as planned, although the full mattress I already had fit perfectly and is a pretty decent size - here's a shot of everything in place:

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I need to add a shelf or bracket of some sort to the raised mattress platform to hold the heater (as there's no open floor space to set it down on), but after that the interior should be set. I also whipped up a stand for the mini mailbox, the base needs some paint but then it'll be ready to roll as well:

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Re: Trooper Camping Companion (aka the "Shaggy Shack")

Postby shaggydoink » Sat Feb 01, 2014 6:11 pm

Oh... while at Lowe's Zoe also spotted this on clearance:

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I'm not entirely sure where it'll go yet, but for $1.94 we couldn't resist! :)

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Re: Trooper Camping Companion (aka the "Shaggy Shack")

Postby Bansil » Sat Feb 01, 2014 7:16 pm

Build another stand...and we'll see on next outing

Good thing is when you set up by yourself(w/o zu folk)

Strangers and weird people won't bother you the crazy guy,

Bad things is all the strangers and weird people will visit.....Elliot....phone home :mrgreen:
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Re: Trooper Camping Companion (aka the "Shaggy Shack")

Postby Ru Zu » Sat Feb 01, 2014 8:24 pm

Re the mailbox, punch a hole in a planter and slide on on the pole to cover the base. Fake plant or vine as desired. Maybe a little bracket on the side of the pole for a small flag or seasonal/sports banner?
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Re: Trooper Camping Companion (aka the "Shaggy Shack")

Postby TonkaToy » Mon Feb 03, 2014 9:01 am

Ru Zu wrote:Re the mailbox, punch a hole in a planter and slide on on the pole to cover the base. Fake plant or vine as desired. Maybe a little bracket on the side of the pole for a small flag or seasonal/sports banner?


Not a bad idea... :D

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Re: Trooper Camping Companion (aka the "Shaggy Shack")

Postby ervan » Sat Mar 29, 2014 5:10 am

wow awesome. nice thread..thx for your idea

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Re: Trooper Camping Companion (aka the "Shaggy Shack")

Postby shaggydoink » Fri May 27, 2016 12:36 pm

The original Shaggy Shack has done me well for the most part, although it was not ideal on trips that involved rain which seemed to be the majority of the ones I was on last year for some strange reason. Tired of being soggy I ran through a number of different possible upgrade options and ultimately landed on purchasing an older 16' Casita fiberglass "egg" camper in desperate need of restoration.

A 13' "egg" was what I was looking for as it was under 1,000 pounds and a super easy tow for my Trooper, the 16' is a few hundred pounds more so will be a little more drag although has some nice extra perks like a small bathroom with toilet, sink and even a shower! Having it be able to accommodate my family a little better in the instances they want to join me is a plus as well, so it seemed worth a shot especially considering how cheap it was being sold for. It's a 1990 so matches the year of my Trooper which I think is pretty neat as well. :)

It's been a really long time since I've had a project to work on, I'm really looking forward to getting underway with "Shaggy Shack 2.0".

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