yrag June 7, 2012 08:25 PM Impressive. Nicely done Mr. Herbert! Wesley Dart June 8, 2012 12:28 AM As lovely as this looks... am I missing something? Isn't this just another version of what we would call a caravan in Australia? Slowburn June 8, 2012 12:36 AM Nice camper trailer. Denis Klanac June 8, 2012 05:31 AM I was once traveling on a country road behind a car towing a caravan, the area we traveled through was very windy as country roads usually are, anyway the caravan got its roof ripped clean of due to the wind. I don't think this would fair very well to cross winds as it looks like one huge sail from the side. robinyatesuk2003 June 8, 2012 09:04 AM I have to agree with Dennis, no way is this going down a motorway, autobahn or where big trucks pass close by.Thanks to Bridget for an interesting post Mike DuBois June 8, 2012 12:16 PM I do not know nor have i talked to Mr. Herbert but the point is being MISSED.... This IS not a caravan nor a house trailer. First, the COST of making this wonderful HOME far exceeds that of a house trailer. This is a HOME and it is MOBILE, not intended to be on the road other than displacing / relocating. The product as opposed to a caravan is year round live in, connected to services. In the country, a well and septic with propane tanks is all that COULD be required to live comfortably. MORE than a caravan but MUCH less than a cottage and wonderfully laid out. This is a HOME. Congratulations Mr. Herbert and should you read this, contact me! mdubois at caledoncontrols dot com Jay Lloyd June 8, 2012 01:47 PM Interesting, but is it more practical than an Airstream? Also, where do the other 2 people sleep? RVishPaul June 8, 2012 02:27 PM Having spent many months in a 36' RV, this seems a bit tight for 4 people to live in year round. It appears to be a neat and efficient structure. I'd hate to 'get out of the wrong side of the bed' as it's shown here. kuryus June 8, 2012 03:08 PM It has a very clever layout. It would be great for a couple long term, but I'm not sure if 4 would be comfortable for more than a week or two. It's very nicely done all around. Musikmec June 8, 2012 04:28 PM Why not just buy a nice 5th Wheel RV. They have three times the amenities as thing, and are easier to tow and move around. That looks to me like it might tangle with a lot of wires and overpasses. Trying to reinvent the wheel.