Truck Camper Magazine’s interview with Greg Tucknies on the new 2013 Adventurer 98RB.
A Truck Camper Magazine interview with Greg Tucknies. The General Manager for Adventurer Manufacturing describes the 2013 Eagle Cap changes and re-introduction of six Eagle Cap models.
Read this story for details on the Adventurer Super Step, 100% all-LED lighting inside and out, new Happijac camper jacks, a new door, new graphics, and new interiors.
A story about the 2011 Torklift International Treasure Hunt grand prize winners, Jack and Joann Purdy. A seven day all-expenses paid truck camping vacation in British Columbia, which includes food, fuel, and a rental Adventurer truck camper from Fraserway RV.
by Laurie Pedrick (Sparks, Nevada)
Death Valley opens up before you when entering the Park from Beatty Nevada full of promise, with beautiful vistas, sounds and adventures. Diverse in many ways, Death Valley is a land of contrasts. Not just the arid desert that many picture, but a land of water and brimming with life.
From Fifth Wheel to Slide In – This couples experiences in their new Adventurer 86FB After much anticipation and a little frustration, we have finally taken our first excursion in our new Adventurer 86FB. This was just an overnight, close to home to give us a chance to familiarize ourselves with the rig – get things set up the way we want them and just see how it is to go from a huge fifth wheel to a slide in.
An interview with Greg Tucknies, Adventurer Manufacturing’s National Sales Manager on the redesigned 2012 Eagle Cap 1160 and more details on the Eagle Cap 950, 995, 1050, 1160, and 1165.
Marc van Yperen, Anja Krijnberg and their children from the Netherlands, travel the world in an Adventurer 80SK.
We started our trip in Abbotsford, B.C. on July 20th. A bit tired because of the long flight from Amsterdam the day before and the time difference, we went to Fraserway to pick up the truckcamper we bought. We only saw pictures and descriptions on the internet and had telephonecalls and sent e-mails with Fraserway, but we never saw the unit for real, so we were really excited.
We love driving route 66! It has a real nostalgic feeling, it gives you the change to meet interesting people and see interesting places on the road, and the driving part self is fun too because it will take you off the interstate and sometimes you really have to make an effort to find the right way. Route 66 is actually a bunch of all different roads in 8 different states, that are connected and that all together was the road from Chicago to LA in the early days. Officially it doesn’t exist anymore and some parts of the road are gone, replaced by the interstate or other roads. That’s why you really have to look where to go and read the description very carefully to make sure you don’t miss a part. For us, this makes the trip even more interesting.
Today we fly to Ohau. The airport in Kona is small and completely outdoors. Such a wonderful climate. During this flight the seats are not reserved so we can sit wherever we want. But by this time the flight is not even half full, so we are asked if we can sit throughout the plane to more evenly distribute the weight. When we arrived in Honolulu we get our rental car and drive to Makaha Valley.
When we arrived in Fiji we felt a little tired. During our flight we crossed a couple of time zones and we lost one day. We felt a bit light in our heads. In the arrival hall of the airport some men were playing music and were singing. We were being welcomed with traditional music from Fiji. Youri danced to the music and received a flower behind his ear. We already felt less tired. We were in Fiji!
A Truck Camper Magazine interview of Greg Tucknies, Adventurer Manufacturing’s Sales and Marketing Manager, and Dave Frampton, Adventurer’s Product Development Manager, about the return of Eagle Cap.
July 27, 2011
YAKIMA, Wash. — Adventurer LP (ALP) purchased the assets of the then closed Eagle Cap Inc. of LaGrande, Ore., in November and started the process of moving the production of the Adventurer built Eagle Cap product, to Adventurer’s Yakima, Wash., facility.
The story of how James Epp and his entrepreneurial family built a RV empire with Fraserway RV and Adventurer LP. Truck Camper Magazine talked with James at got the story on how it all started with just five employees and a small camper manufacturer in 1969.