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    I was wondering if anybody out there has built a sheep camp also known as a sheepherders wagon. Any drawings or ideas on that would be helpfull. especially a source for a cheep base to start on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nevadan
    I was wondering if anybody out there has built a sheep camp also known as a sheepherders wagon. Any drawings or ideas on that would be helpfull. especially a source for a cheep base to start on.
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    What is a sheepherders wagon? ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by LBrown59
    What is a sheepherders wagon? ?
    It's a back country travel trailer. Something to live in in the wilderness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LBrown59
    What is a sheepherders wagon? ?
    really? your infront of a computer and you didnt pop it in google immages?

    ^(epic fail)^



    sheepherders wagon - Google Image Search
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    Default Re: sheep camp

    Thats it although I like the canvas covered sheeps camps more traditional.

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    I would assume a farm wagon would be a good starting base.

    For a more permanent camp maybe?
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    Yeah a farm wagon would be good but I haven't found one for sale around here (Elko County, Nevada) yet.

    Don't have enough rocks for that on my property egon or I probably might would consider that.

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    This might be a start.

    Antique Farm Wagons FOR SALE
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    Default Re: sheep camp

    I already found that site, but just about anytime someone starts calling things antique the gets rather high. They also make a reproduction sheep camp that looks pretty nice. For about $12,000. Thanks

    Anybody know a good source for reletively inexpensive rubber tire wagon running gear?

    Thanks

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    Possibly something like this? (Sorry...I couldn't help myself)...
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