Those are my thoughts also, well sorta. Here in the suburbs of and including NYC my union is one of the remaining few that still has a 35hr work week and I truly love a 7AM-2:30PM day. But I'm straight up an over time whore and when it's available I work as much as I can. The unfortunate aspect of being a construction worker is work is feast or famine. So while I'm still young enough but old enough to know a few things I'll take their money.
Work my ass off. Hey it paid for then relax and enjoy it. Unfortunately, I got this habit of buying new toys so the working continues.What the heck do all of you do that you can afford all of those massive diesel trucks and toy haulers?
This is how a guy with limited funds does it..........
Started with a 7x12 trailer. I added a few bucks and got it with an RV latch on the side door, roof fan/light combo, and a curb side window.
This is the storage area I built in the V nose.
I built a bed that pivots up against the wall.
The slickest part of the build was the camera I mounted inside. That way I can keep an eye on my motorcycle as I am towing it down the road. I have a 7 inch monitor in the truck and I can either watch the inside of the trailer or switch to the camera I have mounted on the rear of the trailer to see what is behind me.
The trailer can either be powered by 110 for lights, or the lighting can be powered by the on board 12 volt battery. There are 2 small LED lights mounted inside that really light the trailer up well. I have to be hooked to 110 volt power to run the small refrigerator.
Night shot showing the effectiveness of the LED lighting.
What it looks like with the motorcycle.
Heres a picture of the monitor in the truck. The picture on the monitor looks much better than this picture shows.
I don't have pictures of the trailer with my Sportsman in it but if my golf cart fits Im sure the Sportsman wont be a problem.
Full build thread located here Teardrops n Tiny Travel Trailers ? View topic - The Weekender
48 foot race trailer with sleeping quarters. Yes its my man cave.
570 goes in the rear. Got a two inch lift kit so it won't be right on the parachute backed in over top of it thats next project installing that.
Thee hobby trailer. My fishing rods, RC airplane and the racing. ATV goes to the track to get the GF back to the trailer. Bigger races like Richmond VA or Charlotte it can be little more than 1/4 mile back to the trailer. 570 does double duty hunting and GF's ride back to the pit. She has her own 450 but we only take one to the track.