And to make it more funny is the guy that owns the Chevy would have never let it happen had he been there. I was borrowing his camper for our fair when it died. A couple years later after he sold it to my other buddy that owns the white Chevy on the trailer it overheated and I had to tow it. He laughed and said it wasn't his anymore so it didn't matter. His current Chevy is the red one behind the load of round bales.
Place called Goose Creek, about an hour south of St Louis. Gated lake community with a 600 acre lake and about 500 acres of trail area. Pretty much a camping community. Next month taking my 5 and 10 year old from Illinois to Nebraska across Iowa to camp in different places and see the country while going to visit Grandpa and Grandma and cousins. Truck camper is a little bit of a pain to load, but conveniences of being able to pull other trailer is worth it.
That's cool, I camp up in northern Michigan. Big campground and endless trails in the Manistee National Forest. The campground owns it's own trail system of about 4-500 acres as well. Once I get there the Gator is the main mode of transportation.