From the bloggers at National Post.
When the sun started to set over the Pacific Ocean, I sprang into motion. I pulled off Highway 1 and parked alongside bluffs softened by swaying grass. I opened the rear hatch, filled the kettle from the sink faucet and lit the gas stove. While the water boiled, I prepared the Penthouse. Ladder down, shelter up.
I climbed into the rooftop tent, tea in hand, and watched the fiery orb drop like the New Year’s Eve ball. After the sun completed its descent, I tapped my legs against the vehicle, transmitting a Morse code of contentment to my buddy on this California road trip.
Unless you drive-about in the Land Down Under, introductions might be in order. Meet Jucy, the camper-van rental company that was founded in New Zealand in 2001, expanded to Australia and opened three U.S. locations in the States — Las Vegas, Los Angeles and San Francisco’s Bay Area — four years ago.
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