Two for One

Two for One

By:  Tony White As is usually the case, I am up against a deadline.  This one isn’t project related.  My Blog is due.  My mind is wandering though, the weather is beautiful outside this weekend and I’d rather be out enjoying it.  Camping is something I usually enjoy and I just saw a friend posted on Facebook she and her husband are out camping this weekend. You see where my mind is as I try to decide on a topic. This is cool, I might need one of these, a car roof storage box that converts into a boat.  I always need extra space to carry “stuff” to the great outdoors.  AND I can’t  count the number of times I’ve wished I had a boat while camping. That would mean either dragging a boat behind the camper or taking two vehicles to get everything to the campground.  I’m sure option one is out, I can’t even back up one thing I’m towing, let alone two.  And two vehicles… well that’s just not green and that kind of contradicts going out to enjoy the great outdoors. Oh wait, there’s this option too.  This takes the term houseboat in a completely different direction. It’s kind of modern looking too, unlike most of the other campers I see in the campgrounds I frequent.  I mean really, would it kill the RV builders to hire an interior designer? Those finishes, those patterned fabrics, those colors  ickkkk! I digress. “Wait,” you’re saying, “this whole blog seems to be a bit off keel for a Design Firm’s Blog.”  By the way, did you catch that?  I slipped that pun in there without you noticing.  Oh, there was another one.  Did you catch that one? The point is design is everywhere. Even the guys on Top Gear took a stab at creating carboats.  They, however, did not attempt to combine camping with their carboats. Don’t give them any ideas.  Did you see their episode that combined comfortable cars with campers? See, design IS everywhere. Is it spring yet?     Boatbox photos courtesy:  BoatBox Sealander photos courtesy: Sealander presskit

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