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Hobbit Hole Camping Trailer for Hobbits on the Move

by Conner Flynn
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Hobbits don’t need much room, although they do like a little space in their home, which is why they usually build theirs in the sides of hills. However, today’s Hobbit is a busy creature. Always on the go, starring in this movie and that movie. That’s why this Hobbit hole camper is perfect for the modern hobbit on the go.

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Samm1t’s amazing, scratch-built travel trailer would be perfect for today’s Hobbit and they could even live in it while they film their movies. They need a comfy place, since those movies are so very long after all.

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The finished camper has ample hobbit sleeping quarters and even a pop-open kitchen on the back. And the AstroTurf roof not only looks great, it provides protection from the elements.

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Check out the full build log and many more pics over on Imgur. Great job, Samm1t!

[via Reddit]

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