Camping on the bank of a tidal river- Bear River Nova Scotia

A view down the river
BunduTop and Bunduawn
Wild Coast Big Sky
Fog rolling in through from the Bay of Fundy into the Annapolis basin and down Bear river, simply gorgeous
Beautiful evening on the river bank
Setting up the area under tarp in case of rain!
This is the Bereg fireplace which has glass on both sides, a great stove that generates a lot of heat!
All set for rain should it come as forecasted 🀣Bereg large Fireplace under Bereg Tarp!
Lovely trail along the river, oppressive humidity, thankfully a little breeze coming off the water, totally beautiful though!
Hiking with awesome friends!
Feeling chilled with snomaster 😊
Stunning evening!
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Perfect ending to a beautiful day!

Trailer to Truck…

So we decided to sell our trailer and focus on the F150 for our overlanding needs. Why, you may ask… well that is an easy answer, the trailer is GREAT for space, however it is such a challenge turning around on really tight trails where there is a big drop on one side and a bank on the other!

So Truck it is, now we can explore all these little trails and find cool remote areas to camp in!

We moved the BunduTop and BunduAwn onto the truck, installed the water tank and dual deep cycle battery system on top of the tanks, as well as two pumps, one for tank water and one to use for water from an external source.

The solar charge controller was installed and hooked up to the bundutop solar panel (300W)

We added a switch panel for the water pumps as well as usb ports etc.

We had to drill a hole in the cab to install the power supply to the BunduTop, viola we have the tent fully powered. We installed a separate switch for the BunduTop as well so we can switch off the power to the bundutop when we are away from vehicle.

The water tank now needs all its connectors and pipes attached so we can easily hook up the hot water to the ecotemp when needed.

Still a LOT to do, but we making progress a little each day… will update here as we go along.

We will be changing out the 360 BunduAwn for a 270 and a Bundubox later this year when our shipment arrives, covid has really messed with our shipping schedules!

Bundutec coming to Canada!

Made in South Africa – bundutec.ca

Have you ever wanted a no fuss setup and take down, Bundutop from Bundutec is that roof top tent!

Easy To Operate Just Press A Button – Tent Fully Erected With Awning In 30 Seconds. Late into camp, no worries with the press of a button and 30 seconds later you can be snuggled up in your ready made bed.

No tucking and fussing!

Tent Folded Down With Awning In 30 Seconds. Bedding remains inside the closed BunduTec Roof Top Tent, freeing up valuable storage space inside your vehicle

All Aluminum Construction (68Kg) No more dirty, dusty covers to struggle with. No more noisy flapping canvas keeping you awake at night.

Large windows & doors ensure great ventilation and the automatic awning provides protection from the elements. Windows covers zip open and closed from inside.

The roof is strong enough to support up to 300 watts of solar panels evenly mounted on the top of the tent. This is a fantastic option to be able to leave a solar panel permanently connected to an auxiliary battery. No need to ever turn off the car fridge!
There is enough room above the mattress to leave your bedding inside the tent whilst travelling. This is not only convenient, but a great space saver in your vehicle

BunduAwn from bundutec is yet another awesome product, a self supporting awning that hold up well under many conditions, tie down point are available should the wind be excessive.

BunduAwn Is 360 Awning That Is Quick to Erect and Built Tough – Requires NO Poles and has a massive shade area covering 3 sides of the vehicle. The Aluminised reflective surface provides a cooler area under the awning.
These are extremely robust awnings! Ideal for a massive shade area. The Bundutec BunduAwn 360 awning offers more shade area than any other vehicle mounted awning. Quick and easy to put up, they are very quick to put up when used as a pole less awning.

Please note that although the awnings can be used without poles, they still require the ropes to be tied down to prevent flip over from heavy gusts of wind. Poles can be added for extra strength in heavier weather conditions if so desired.

http://bundutec.ca