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Old 05-26-2008, 11:59 PM   #15
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My '13 Scamp is not good for a comfortable place for two to sit. The dinette is a straight back seat. I have to be able to get out of the cold or bugs and have to be able to read for a long period of time. The bench seat is just as bad. Nowhere to get my feet up either. So we sit on folding sling chairs and regret having a '13 jail cell.
Time to sell.
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Old 05-27-2008, 05:56 AM   #16
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My '13 Scamp is not good for a comfortable place for two to sit. The dinette is a straight back seat. I have to be able to get out of the cold or bugs and have to be able to read for a long period of time. The bench seat is just as bad. Nowhere to get my feet up either. So we sit on folding sling chairs and regret having a '13 jail cell.
Time to sell.
I had that same problem in my 16'...no comfortable place to read. So, yesterday I took the top bunk off, and put in a few huge pillows for a backrest. Now, I can bunch them up at one end , and read to my hearts content. I love it! AND, it was my first renovation in my new camper...now I'm ready for anything!
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Old 05-27-2008, 04:56 PM   #17
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with my 13ft Play Pac there's no way i could get in the closet with a porta-potty. on my last trip a met a couple in a pop-up who had a shower tent with a porta-potty in it. checked it out and then got my own. love it. great to me not to have the porta-potty inside the camper. i fill up the shower bag in the morning and it's warm enough by evening to take a shower. like having a personal comfort station in my campsite.
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Old 05-27-2008, 07:14 PM   #18
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My '13 Scamp is not good for a comfortable place for two to sit. The dinette is a straight back seat. I have to be able to get out of the cold or bugs and have to be able to read for a long period of time. The bench seat is just as bad. Nowhere to get my feet up either. So we sit on folding sling chairs and regret having a '13 jail cell.
Time to sell.
I can imagine.
I should have prefaced my choice of a 13' over a 17' by saying, "I travel alone". So I can see where a 13' for two would be very very cramped.
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Old 05-27-2008, 11:23 PM   #19
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With two of us and a medium sized dog it's tight in the Scamp 13. We ran into our first two day camping expedition where it rained. The only saving grace was the awning that I extended to create some living space outside. I two kinda feel trapped. I'm looking to upgrade, but can't afford it this year.
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