Above: Somewhere in Utah
TCM: What are your truck camping plans for the future?
Amy: We have plans to go back and finish the White Rim Trail in Canyonlands. Other plans brewing include Alaska, Montana, Colorado, Idaho, and more of Northern California.
Traveling for us is all about exploring and finding new stuff. We always discover more opportunities when we’re out exploring. We’ll find a cove or an incredible place. Just getting out there, even locally, we have fun.
Also, living in California with earthquakes and other threats, we never worry because we have our house on wheels. A natural disaster could happen at any time, and we have an emergency place to live, ready to go. Our Hallmark truck camper has everything we need. There are so many benefits to having a truck camper.
Truck: 2003 Chevy Silverado 2500HD, Crew Cab, Short Bed, Single Rear Wheel, 4×4, 8.1L Gasoline
Camper: 2001 Hallmark Ute
Tie-Downs and Turnbuckles: Torklift tie downs and regular old turnbuckles
Suspension: Rancho 9000 shocks, air bags, Torklift Stable Load
Gear: recovery gear, shovel, ax, tow straps, hi-lift jack, Rotopax 3 gallon gas can, custom built bunks inside, 140W solar panel with two 6V deep cycle batteries