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The Continental Crawler
Portland, Oregon
Adventures across America in a 1958 travel trailer. Bi-weekly video episodes on such subjects as fire-making, fish-catching and high-altitude cooking accompany travel photography from the lower 48 states and the great nation of Canada.
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Mar 15, 2010
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Posted Nov 18, 2009 at The Continental Crawler
The Continental Crawler - Episode 7 from Michael Cogliantry on Vimeo. After reading several misleading reviews in a few popular travel guides, Michael attempts to set the record straight with the first ever Continental Crawler campground review. Meanwhile, as the... Continue reading
Posted Jul 30, 2009 at The Continental Crawler
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The infamous Alaska Highway starts at Dawson Creek in British Columbia and ends 1,422 miles north in Delta Junction Alaska. The road was first built during World War II and was unpaved for much of its bumpy, potholed length. Recommended... Continue reading
Posted Jun 26, 2009 at The Continental Crawler
In episode six, Michael reads from a back-log of chosen-at-random viewer mail. Relaxing at home this time around, he takes us through the custom design, assembly and installation process of a multi-function hi-fi / book shelf / bar unit for... Continue reading
Posted Jun 22, 2009 at The Continental Crawler
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After catching my hand on fire trying to light the furnace in The Continental Crawler in South Dakota on a cold mountain pass last summer, I decided to install a safer, modern heater. This left a large opening in the... Continue reading
Posted Jun 15, 2009 at The Continental Crawler
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Fantastic site of great vintage campers by a organization called Sisters on the Fly Many members have adopted a western motif on their travel trailers which I really dig, though some graphics are done up way better than others. I've... Continue reading
Posted Jun 10, 2009 at The Continental Crawler
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Saw this site the other day and had to share - very cool canvas tents. Montana Canvas is located in Southwest Montana, just north of Yellowstone National Park, a perfect place to test our products. The wall tent, also referred... Continue reading
Posted Jun 10, 2009 at The Continental Crawler
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I was always told never to pick-up feathers growing up because they were covered with diseases and feces by my Mother. At the time she said this I was probably eyeballing some icky twice-run-over, dirt-bag pigeon feathers in a Dunkin... Continue reading
Posted Jun 9, 2009 at The Continental Crawler
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The Continental Crawler series is looking for your ideas for the next show. Whether you are new here or have been watching since day one, if you have an show concept, we want to hear from you! There's almost nothing... Continue reading
Posted Jun 8, 2009 at The Continental Crawler
In the first episode of the new season, Michael and Jen find themselves deep within the Oregon wilderness at a place called "Lost Lake". Determined to once and for all catch his family's dinner, Michael explains several ways of obtaining... Continue reading
Posted Jun 6, 2009 at The Continental Crawler
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Jun 5, 2009