This mobile workspace was the product of a small group project at the Evergreen State College focused on community engagement and public service. It was designed for Camp Quixote, a member run houseless community in the Olympia, WA area. At the time the community was being hosted by turns on the properties of several local faith communities, and was required by law to move every four months. Named Rocinante after Don Quixote’s horse, this mobile workspace offered secure storage and dry workspace, and was provided to the community stocked with donated tools.