In episode six, Michael reads from a back-log of chosen-at-random viewer mail. Relaxing at home this time around, he takes us through the custom design, assembly and installation process of a multi-function hi-fi / book shelf / bar unit for The Continental Crawler. Archival footage reveals a remote "paddle-in" camping experience on the banks of the legendary Zig-Zag river. Finally, a box containing the a letter and a mysterious electronic device arrives from a fan in India.
Episode 6 is sponsored by Stanley Works the and Deschutes Brewery.
Hailed as the "best new show on camping" The Continental Crawler is a video series created by photographer Michael Cogliantry and graphic designer Jen Cogliantry, two ex-New Yorkers new to the Pacific Northwest. Channeling their inner-outdoors-people for the first time in years, they hit the road Lucy and Ricky style in a 1958 travel trailer found on Ebay. Past video episodes and travel photography from the lower 48 states (and the great nation of Canada) on such outdoor subjects as fire-making, cheese-curd tasting and high-altitude cooking can be found here on their blog.