MORE Maine North Woods in Teardrop Trailer and Subaru

MORE Maine North Woods in Teardrop Trailer and Subaru

20 days camping in the Maine North Woods alone. Wonderful. A great adventure to inner space.
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19 thoughts on “MORE Maine North Woods in Teardrop Trailer and Subaru

  1. Awesome cosmo! What a great adventure. Thank you for letting us tag a long. Quick question, do you do anything in regards to fuel reserves for the Subaru? How was that to manage?

  2. Sooo jealous of your travels. So happy you are enjoying retirement. Just as I was starting to see a light at the end of the tunnel to save some money for a trailer, inflation has closed the door on that light for me. Im hoping to at least do some yard camping before the new year. Weather has been a crap shoot on the weekends.
    Cheers my dear friend. Big hugs.

  3. awesome as always! Those tire plugs have been a real trip saver a number of times and I have that same Viar….love it
    Thanks Cosmo!

  4. Those scallops knocked me out. I love those things. I just paid 35.00 for a pound of the freshly shipped in to Ohio last week. I take mine home and pan sear them. I think that is what you had. You have to be careful not to overcook them. Love this show. Your a hard driver dude. Keep going.

  5. Really enjoyed this video Cosmo I also carry a tire plug kit I just think it’s a good idea when in remote areas.over all it looks like you had milder temps then we did on our trip ,it was not real enjoyable when we cooked our meals fighting the cold and wind that we had but it made the trip memorable lol, by the way how are the trailer tires holding up .are they still the original s ? Until next time take care and will be watching for your next vid.

  6. Moving camp at 2 a.m.? You sir, are a wild man! And yes, everyone should have a Garmin. Thanks for the ride.

  7. Fantastic video! I’m envious of your adventure – beautiful scenery except for the roads! Some of those mud holes were more like ponds than puddles!

  8. Good morning Cosmo….it’s not 3am here but still lol….great video and adventure. You might want to look in Gaia GPS software to work in conjunction with your Garmin InReach….this combo is what I used to navigate the back country on my Oregon overland trip. Thanks for sharing!

  9. Wow that milling operation on the way in was quite extensive. I have never seen one that large. And by the way, sardines are great…and good for you too.

  10. Nice Video Cosmo. We love Northern Maine. My Dad retired to Greenville and he loved the Moosehead Lake area til he passed. Great camping, hiking, and fly fishing. 30+ years ago, my wife and I would camp at Casey’s Spencer Bay campground, and we’d fly fish The Roach River for land locked Salmon. Casey taught me to tie a fly called the “Montreal Whore”. I have tied it a hundred times over the years, and caught many fish on it. Lots fun getting to know some of the folks up there. I’ll swap stories with ya sometime. Thx for sharing the experience.

  11. Being from Maine, I spend a lot of time in the NMW. Next time you come up, head to Portage and spend a night at Fish River Falls. I was stationed at Loring AFB and camped many many time there and Car Pond. You can enter the NMW in Ashland or Portage and stay off road and hit the 6 mile check point also. Great video. Reach out on your next visit.

  12. Impressive trip Cosmo! you da man! Thanks for posting, nice to see other parts of the country, Maine is AWESOME!

  13. Great job getting around and helping others! Thank you for the great portrayal of my home state. I worked out of a logging camp on The Golden Road. I ran ten ply tires and carried 2 spares, tools and 15 gallons of extra gas. FYI: our logging jobs are third party certified for sustainability. I hope you come back. Your videos are very well done.

  14. Great video of one of most favorite places ever. MNW is unique and a real gift. Safe travels!
    Those dead end roads can often be dead end for when they’re logging that area. Once the area has been cut over, they let the road go until the next time it’s needed when there’s a new crop of mature trees

  15. Hi Cosmo
    Love your content! I’m a campinn owner myself. Appreciated your video on them You can’t beat the teardrop experience I agree having to turn around with your Trailer on a backroad is a bugger! I’m contemplating buying the latest DJI mini drone to get a birds eye view of what’s ahead before venturing down sketchy areas Keep on camping

  16. Wow! That’s some real boondocking! I don’t think I’d ever get to that level but you never know. I’m really considering a tear drop and Vistabule seems to be super well made but on the high end. After watching your in person review of the Bushwhacker with, sorry can’t remember his name, I’m eliminating that brand. For now, I’ll stay at campgrounds but have zero experience and am not all that handy. Would love to have a conversation with you because I’m nearly ready to purchase. How can I message you and talk privately?

  17. Just curious. Can you average 20 plus MPG or more towing the camper on the interstate? How does that CVT do while towing? I’m asking because I hear so many horror stories from people who had a CVT and towed. Thanks

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