Woodwork has a way of taking a nice product and making it extraordinary. The teardrop trailer is already a beloved icon inspiring visions of exploration and adventure. Built of red cedar from the fenders to the roof, this trailer is a downright beautiful shelter equipped with modern camping amenities. Wood on Wheels founder Howard Campbell is new to the camper market, but he has two decades of experience working with the western red cedar that makes his trailer so distinctive. He spent those years using the richly colored wood for building hot tubs and saunas.
About a year ago, a good friend of mine approached me to build his new home. My friend is an aid worker and spends a lot of his time away from the UK, when he is in the country he spends a lot of his time seeing people in different areas of the country, so obviously the mobile house is the way forward. I have lived in vehicles on and off for many years and with his additional experience of this lifestyle in mind we have designed something that works really well as a small home. Great job Dan, your friend will have many goods years in your beautiful cedar strip trailer. Simply enter your name and email below to learn more about tiny houses and stay up to date with the movement.
View Full Version : Strange question. I am interested in building a teardrop travel trailer. If you don't know what they are, they are very small, light travel trailers, typically no more than 5'x5'x10' that were popular homebuilt projects in years past. My question of you boatbuilders is this.