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Old 02-20-2019, 09:03 AM   #1
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Default Finally got Wifey out in Camper

We had fun, learning to dooseedoo in the narrow space.
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Old 02-20-2019, 09:04 AM   #2
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Why do the photo's come out sideways? F'ing computers.
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There is information embedded in them that tells the computer (or phone) how to display them. It can be changed with photo editing software - I THINK Adobe Photoshop Elements can do it. It's very simple to do if you have the right software.

Your home built HiLo is a very clever design - I like that it is so lightweight.

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Adobe isn't gaining access to my equipment again. Guess you can appreciate my 90 degree out photos, I've been told I'm a tad slanted anyway...OBTW towing MPG was 30.4 with the Prius V, I've been getting around 46 MPG combined lately so not a terrible hit on the wallet.
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Looking to go to Fayetteville area next month to visit sick friend, will be nice to have little sleeper to use and save on motel. Friend calls it my "Boxcar" but it's far better than any train accomodations.
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Scribe:
I do like reading your posts. Your DIY project helps keep the
novel design and spirit of the collapsible Hi Lo's alive.
Who knows, you may even help the resurgence
of this efficient trailer concept in some newly updated form.
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Scribe:
I do like reading your posts. Your DIY project helps keep the
novel design and spirit of the collapsible Hi Lo's alive.
Who knows, you may even help the resurgence
of this efficient trailer concept in some newly updated form.
: )
Merci',
Spent day making a fairing over the front to deflect air coming over Prius V, It sort of looks like an inverted boat.....Sounds like a paint scheme.

Glad you like the DIY concept.
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