I’ve been living in vehicles since 2014, starting in a Honda Element, upgrading to an ’85 VW Westy, and in 2018 moving into a 4×4 off-road equipped Toyota Tacoma. In 2019 I added the luxurious comfort of a slide-in pop-up truck camper. I spent 5 months remodeling the camper to create a comfortable space with a cabover bed, storage, kitchen with a 3 burner gas stove, refrigerator (that I don’t use), propane heater, running (hot) water, an outdoor hot shower, bike rack, outdoor gear storage, solar and more. If I could do it all over again I might build a truck camper like this on a larger truck, but I already had Terk and I learned a lot along the way. While it’s a heavy rig, all of the modifications work well together and we made it up to the Arctic Ocean on Alaska’s Dalton Highway in comfort.

North America Map

Truck Camper Videos

Living In A Slide-In Truck Camper

Driving The White Rim Road

Driving The Dalton Highway

Truck Camper Highlights

Renovating A 1985 Camper

Renovating a 1985 Camper

Published: February 15, 2019

Camping In Deadhorse Alaska

Camping Above The Arctic

Published: July 15, 2019

Tour Of My Truck Camper

Tour Of My Toyota Home On Wheels

Published: April 20, 2020

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