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The GMC Motorhome was produced by the GM Truck & Coach Division for the 1973 through 1978 model years in Pontiac, Michigan, USA. It was the only complete motorhome built by a major auto/truck manufacturer, producing what GMC hoped would be their “halo” vehicle. Part of the reason this vehicle is so different from other motor homes of the era is that it was not conceived as just a “camper,” but as a vehicle for comfortable travel as well. The design was radical for the day with front-wheel drive and a low profile, fully integrated body.

Former Patagonia advanced R & D member and GORUCK co-founder present CROSSOVER backpacks. Now live on Kickstarter.

A good weekend of camping in SW Montana.

Campin’ with our ‘90 Cruiser.

Adam’s bike in the Gravelly Range, 4th of July weekend 2017.

Margaret Bourke-White, George Washington Bridge, Hudson River, N.Y.C., ca.1931. Gelatin silver print


Outdoor advertising, jennifer Bolande

Glenn St. Charles, 1953

Mule Deer taken with one of Glenn’s Thunderbird recurve bows and a Mickey Finn Broadhead.