Camping IN my Subaru

The image demonstrates a working prototype of a concept on camping inside the Subaru. I was working on the idea of how much clearance I would get if I wanted to leave room for a 7″ box, featured in picture and create a level or near level platform.

Two things happened.

First, I bumped the rear hatch light and as I use my bicycle to commute everywhere during the week, I ran the battery down.

Second, I realized that with only one person I could drop the sleeping platform to the floor, shim it for level, make it 26″ wide and then use the remaining 16″ for storage on the other side of the car.

I am hoping to create 1.0 in the next three weeks, use to camp over Spring Break at least once or twice and then adjust as necessary for the summer.

Oru Foldable Kayak

bay1_7c1990a3-7e98-467c-bc8d-9c66a22ae6c7_grandeThe original Oru Kayak, launched on Kickstarter and now in retailers around the world; it’s even the permanent collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. We’ve thoroughly updated the design for 2017, making it even easier to assemble, more comfortable to use, and more graceful than ever. It’s stable enough for beginners, while the length and contouring make it fast and sporty for expert kayakers. There’s plenty of room to stash gear for day trips and short camping excursions. Best of all, transforming it from box to boat takes just a few minutes.

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