I think his ability to get away from it all outstrips yours!
Best thing about it? He didn't take a picture of himself sitting at
the computer nekkid. ;)
My brother would, for one. His house isn't far off. But I think
that's more of a just-finished picture before the inaugural trip. The
after picture might show the filthy vehicle strewn with smelly clothes
and beer cans.
Are you talking about the electronics board? No idea what exactly it
is, but the thing is obviously rigged for some serious off-roading.
There's probably solar panels, distillation equipment, etc., that
require all of the centralized controls. ...course, half of the
buttons could be fake.
The efficient utilization of space especially motivates me in general,
and this truck is like naval interior architecture on wheels.
Give me something like that as an open-sea-worthy sailboat and watch
me vanish over the horizon. :)
...We should start talking about naval architecture on here.
My navel is inset. I have noticed a few navels that had more of an external
structure and appearance. I not sure which is a more
''sustainable" design. If either are green, I would image that would not be
If your navel was big enough to live and sail in, I would consider it
if you thought it prudent.
As for the green stuff oozing up inside, I could always scoop it out
and feed it to the fish or barter it for cash, depending on what it
Can some explain why there's quite a few windows visible in the interior
photos but not on the exterior? I count 5 windows (none of which are the
"cab" windows) but I see none of them on the exterior photos? Do the sides
have removable panels or something?
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