RV Bed – Pipe Berth DIY Build

RV Bed – Pipe Berth DIY Build

Pipe berths have been around for centuries and they are one of the most comfortable bunks you can sleep on. On top of that, they are lightweight, easy to roll up and store out of the way and inexpensive to make. What’s not to like? I love mine!

Thank you to the ladies of “North Country Canvas” for the excellent job in making the canvas cover! They can handle all kinds of canvas projects including awnings, covers for boats, golf carts, BBQs, windows, furniture, cars, repairs, etc. They even make chaps! Contact them at: n406cc@yahoo.com

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