The JumpShack is on the road!

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The JumpShack is on the road!

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This past month we took the Jump Shack from Minnesota to Saskatchewan.  It was a family affair as even the youngest came out to photograph and watch the exit from Jordan.  With the help of Vics Crane, Warren Transportation and Mullenbach Crane our install was a complete success.  The narrow roads (16′ wide was both the measurement for our unit and the final approach) and rainy weather didn’t stop our crew.  Our driver, Harry, has been on the road for 57 years and can remember when diesel fuel was just 18 cents per gallon.  Part of Nomadic Shack is not only our high quality build in difficult locations but the amazing personalities we meet along the way.