Camping rigs

Camping rigs

This is a discussion on Camping rigs within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; With the best time of year for camping upon us....Lets see some camping pics and rigs... Tents welcome as well........

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    Camping rigs

    With the best time of year for camping upon us....Lets see some camping pics and rigs...
    Tents welcome as well.....

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    My family camped the Smokies, all through VA, NC, SC, KY, Tenn, and WV in my formative years in a pop up, even went to Disney and camped. In those days they were not AC'ed.

    Some of my favorite vacation memories.
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    Quote Originally Posted by matthew03 View Post
    My family camped the Smokies, all through VA, NC, SC, KY, Tenn, and WV in my formative years in a pop up, even went to Disney and camped. In those days they were not AC'ed.

    Some of my favorite vacation memories.
    My last one had no AC but the portable AC i used took up to much space....I would have kept it if i could of put a AC on the roof
    but it was never braced for that option....The old one was a lot better built than the newer ones.
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    saweeet!

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    Blanket or sleeping bag under the stars. Tarp tent if it's raining or snowing.
    If urban camping, it (was) on this up until last year:

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
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    Trumps hotel?...Watch out for bed bugs!

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    Cornhusker95....

    THAT's the way to do it. If I hadn't gotten so damned old, I'd still be in a unit like yours.
    Wife and I started out in tents....and brother, that WAS intense.
    Then a small pull behind made for M/C travel.
    Then a pop-up.
    Next a hi-bred....alum body but tenting coming out of each end for beds.
    Then a full aluminum rig and finally a Class B drivable.
    Thinking back, it's almost a shame that we ever bought a house.

    Have some smores for me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zsnake View Post
    Cornhusker95....

    THAT's the way to do it. If I hadn't gotten so damned old, I'd still be in a unit like yours.
    Wife and I started out in tents....and brother, that WAS intense.
    Then a small pull behind made for M/C travel.
    Then a pop-up.
    Next a hi-bred....alum body but tenting coming out of each end for beds.
    Then a full aluminum rig and finally a Class B drivable.
    Thinking back, it's almost a shame that we ever bought a house.

    Have some smores for me!
    It works well for us but some day i will upgrade when i plan on extended stays more frequently.

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