Taking trips in a recreational vehicle (RV) gives many families a great sense of freedom. Part of that freedom for me, is knowing that I can go up to the Martinsville, Virginia (VA) speedway and watch a NASCAR race without having to catch a flight or pay for a costly hotel room. So when I decided to take my new girlfriend up for her first race I was pretty excited. I usually go with my friends who help me prep the RV but they couldn’t come this time. I’ve only had the RV for about a year and have never been out in it without them.
The first problem I ran into was that I hadn’t filled up the potable water tank nearly enough and we ran out of water the first evening we were there. Considering I had promised my girlfriend a hot shower things weren’t looking that good. The upside to the campground I picked was that is was only about a mile away from the speedway. The downside was that it was essentially a field with no power or water hook ups. This presented a problem.
Luckily there was a gas station about a half mile down the road so I offered to haul a bunch of water back so that my girlfriend could at least wash her face and hair after a hot and sweaty day at the speedway. With triumphant flair I popped out the pancake wheel wagon. She eyed it suspiciously and wanted to know, “What in the heck is a pancake wheel wagon?” I explained to her that this little blue beauty is a metal wagon that folds flat to only 7 inches. She was so impressed she snapped a picture of me pulling the wagon and posted it on facebook with the caption, “My hero.” This was the main reason I bought it so that when I went Rving and camping I’d have a way to cart my stuff around and it folded up so small I could store it about anywhere.
I knew without this folding utility wagon there would be no way I’d ever make it up and back in one trip. When I set it up was able to fit two 10 gallon water coolers in it considering it can haul up to 200 pounds I was confident my girlfriend would be cleaned up in no time. I made it up and back with no problem and the wagon’s wheels were able to easily navigate the rutted dirt road until I got to the pavement.
Having a wagon that folds flat to a mere 7 inches is great for Rving and camping because it’s much easier to stow than traditional bulky wagons.
I got quite a few comments on the wagon that weekend and a bunch of people wanted to know where I got the pancake flat cart by pancake wheel, this newest piece of essential camping gear. I told them that they can order online from www.foldflatworld.com or find it on Amazon Marketplace.