RVs are a great way to see the land, commune with nature, and (as my parents assured me, many times) strengthen familial bonds. Unfortunately, they burn gas, and require significant resources to manufacture and maintain (even the newest “green” RVs). So, what to do?
If you’re an architect with some hammer-and-nail skills, you pick up an old RV on Craigslist and turn it into a showcase of modern interior design. If you’re Cece Reinhardt and Brenda Daugherty, though, you turn your RV and tow-rig into the greenest, bio-fueled travelling companion you can build. Glenn Meyers, over on our sister site Cleantechnica, tells their story (below).