Our Toyota Tundra has undergone so many transformations in the last four years. We have had many adventures in this Tundra transformed to CONKSO.
|This is the Tundra in its original form.|
|We needed the 4x4 to take us off-road so traditional campers weren't a consideration.|
|We were able to carry everything we needed, including surfboards, food, water, clothes and a place to sleep.|
Previously we carried that huge cooler for food and beer, constantly having to purchase ice every other day.
|We loved our Tundra but it was a lot of work packing and unpacking daily because we |
had to store some of our things on top of our sleeping quarters.
|This gives you a good perspective on where we slept. John created a bed with a piece of plywood and a foam mattress.|
It was a cozy place to sleep, even on a cold night but it was tough not being able to sit up. We had to shimmy in and out.
|The birth of CONKSO.|
The Callen Camper changed our life!
|The best part was that the camper was tall enough to stand in. And most people are amazed when I tell them that John, myself and Dakotah slept comfortably side-by-side (literally) on the bed each winter |
during our 3-week adventures in Baja.
|The last addition to CONKSO was the James Baroud pop-up bed. We always wanted one but didn't want to pay MSRP. As luck would have it, we found an amazing deal on Craigslist.|
|This is how it looks on the inside. It sleeps two people comfortably. Plus, you wake up to amazing views.|
So as life goes, things change... and we move on. CONKSO was retired to John's dad because we found a 4x4 camper that we had to get!