Pat: I can’t get over having a sink and stove wherever we go. We don’t use our stove that often because we do most of our cooking outside, but it sure is nice to have when we are camping in the morning when it’s freezing outside. I also enjoy flicking a switch to turn the furnace on. In ten minutes, we are cozy warm. It’s awesome. I love truck camping!
Brian: The camper is our next progression into the camping overland lifestyle. And we can still go down those side roads. That’s why we didn’t go with big camper. An eight foot pop-up truck camper is what we wanted. The Hallmark is perfect for us.
Truck: 2012 Chevy Silverado 2500, extended cab, SRW, long bed, 4×4, gas
Camper: 2012 Hallmark K2
Suspension: Firestone Airbags
Gear: Roof rack inflatable boat, solar panels, two twenty liter fuel cans, optional tray for steps, shovel and ax combination from Aluminess, light bar on front of camper, two inch lift for taller tires, onboard air compressor for supplementary air bags and to inflate and deflate tires and a boat