nesika41 wrote:Um, Miriam, where is the hall of fame?
Steve: That's a very romantic looking camper, but I'm unclear: you say you want to build it, but you show a picture. But I like the bentwood top, and the patterened cloth. I'd only thought about your typical off-white canvas, and that--after varnishing, or whatever--you'd have this nice light-transmitting roof and sides. (I see the top part of the pop-up being wood strip/canvas, and the bottom half stressed-skin ply.
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I see you've met Aunti M so far. Perhaps you might be interested in an idea I've been thinking about, a lightweight mini-vardo. The top would be steam bent oak frames, with heavy canvas stretched over it coated with epoxy resin. Light weight, very strong and sturdy. There is more to this fantasy wagon, but that's enough for now. Here's a photo to think about.
Steve in Saint Augustine
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