|The Green Goddess in her natural habitat|
Out and about and enjoying ourselves and the world, that's what I my wife and I like about camping in our tall tiny teardrop trailer. We like enjoying friends and loved ones, enjoying things we like to do, and somehow enjoying ourselves while out at the campground just adds a little bit to the experience.
Our Green Goddess is a Rustic Trail Teardrop Campers product, the tall Polar Bear model. We wanted a trailer that could also be a mobile office for my wife, who owns a consulting business and works almost entirely by phone and online. Why not take her out to a wonderful campground so that she can get out of the office? The first year of our camping was a quest for campgrounds with excellent cellphone receptivity--and we found three and camped there and enjoyed the experience.
In fact, it was during these trips that we named the Green Goddess. You see, it was summer and our garden was producing well, including salad. We were eating all the salad we could before the weather turned hot and the lettuce bolted. And we were using a lot of Green Goddess salad dressing . . . and our trailer is this wonderful shade of green . . . and my wife had this idea for a name for our sweet little trailer . . . which led to the Green Goddess being christened!
Part of my giving back to the tiny trailer community is to write profiles of tiny trailer owners. It's something I enjoy doing. It's a way to share in the wonderful adventures of others who enjoy camping. It's a way to learn about the diversity of our camping community and also the diversity of the geography where we camp. I've created a page to centralize my profiles to make it easier to enjoy the exploits of our camping neighbors. It's listed under Owner Profiles at the just beneath the header.
In Green Goddess Glamping, you'll find some things useful, some things fun, and some things funny. I don't rant and rave. I've always enjoyed learning, teaching, research, and camaraderie, which I've found in great measure in the tiny trailer community--and in the RV community in general. The peace and silence of nature is a wonderful thing. Come enjoy the great outdoors . . . and follow along as my wife and I enjoy it, too.