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Old 05-19-2016, 07:15 PM   #15
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Don't you think two trees is a bit extravagant?

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Old 05-19-2016, 07:22 PM   #16
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Nothing funner than backpacking with a tube tent and a rope.

For those unfamiliar, a tube tent is a big foldable plastic tube that compacts to the size of a 1 gallon ziploc bag. You thread the rope through it and tie it up to two trees.

An Escape 21 is a bit more comfortable

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Old 05-19-2016, 10:25 PM   #17
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<---------- Because it suits my needs

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Well, there are a lot of options that are more minimalist. For example, if you were a complete minimalist then I would expect you to sleep in a hammock strung between two trees. I actually like my Scamp precisely because it is not so minimalist. I have a comfy bed, a fairly secure home, a decent kitchen, a serviceable bathroom - all in a package that I can pull around the country with my regular vehicle.
Absolutely true, Gordon. I could walk around naked in the rain and sleep in the dirt, but I believe the topic was molded fiberglass trailers.

The folks on this forum display a wide range of requirements and desires as regards their particular trailer. The attitude has always been to each his own.

I camp to travel for one thing, but primarily to get away from all my 'stuff', physical, mental and spiritual. Therefore, "Because it suits my needs".

Actually, our needs, as Laura finds the Little Joe very comfortable for us. We especially like the way the front corners cradle our backs when we sit to read before going to bed.

We tent camped for 30 years or so before we decided to quit getting up off of the ground in the morning. In the Joe we are in the lap of luxury, but the moniker stays.


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