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Old 05-14-2012, 10:32 AM   #43
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Carol H, Pass this outdoor Glamping bath to your Glamping friends. They won't be able to drag this one your glamping trips but it might inspire them. . I found the inspiration from a Glamping website/blog.......... Now this is how I would like to boondock!
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Old 05-14-2012, 10:38 AM   #44
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Love it...I would also like an outside shower please.
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Old 05-14-2012, 12:04 PM   #45
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Well Diane the outdoor bath and shower are a nice thought - but even in the most remote spots its hard to locate a spot that you will not be seen is a bit of a challenge... dont ask how I know that! Its why I luv the shower in my trailer.

I would love to glamp up my trailer but unfortuantly I do have to share it with a member of the opposite sex who doesnt get it... so I have had to stick with the more subdued "Crate & Barrel" look, my trailer was recently dubbed as having at a recent rally. Even that challenges his senses. I save the glamping accessories for the girls only trips and store them away after.... Actually off today to try and find more small light weight glamping items as the girls have really raised the bar of late.
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Carol H, They won't be able to drag this one your glamping trips but it might inspire them. .
Dont count on it! a couple of them do have real small trailers but **big trucks** so they do have the room!!!! Please dont challenge them as I really have a hard time keeping up with their glam items as it is
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I love the whole shabby chic thing! As much as I love my camper, there just isn't much room for extras in there. But in a way, that is kind of a good thing. Less $ spent on stuff i really don't need. But as i say this, we are cleaning out the fridge of our camper so Tint Masters can put Tint on the windows. Now that will be some bucks spent.
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Old 05-14-2012, 01:11 PM   #48
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I would love to glamp up my trailer but unfortuantly I do have to share it with a member of the opposite sex who doesnt get it... so I have had to stick with the more subdued "Crate & Barrel" look, my trailer was recently dubbed as having at a recent rally. Even that challenges his senses. I save the glamping accessories for the girls only trips and store them away after.... Actually off today to try and find more small light weight glamping items as the girls have really raised the bar of late.
Carol, I think the respect of the one you love is the most important thing. But I kinda like the Glamping thing...it's fun..like playing house... Do realize how precious space is also.
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It's just a fun thing, I only show inspiration pic's, for fun! Not saying anyone has to do it. I just had seen where Carol is going glamping with a bunch of die hard glampers. Just posted so she could pass along the inspiration to them. That's all!


Carol, I just was passing it along for your friends. Nothing wrong with a Crate and Barrel Trailer by the way.........
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Carol, I just was passing it along for your friends. Nothing wrong with a Crate and Barrel Trailer by the way.........
Oh yea there is - Its BORING!!!
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That first picture was so pink that there would be no way I could sleep in that thing! I like the blue and polka dots one, though!
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Oh yea there is - Its BORING!!!


I don't think Crate and Barrel as boring, but I guess die hard Glamper's might..............
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Trailer staging tip of the day. Place a large hanging basket of flowers on a short stand to hide the tires of the trailer. :-))))
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Trailer staging tip of the day. Place a large hanging basket of flowers on a short stand to hide the tires of the trailer. :-))))
good idea!
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I'm with Ed, please forwarn us guys about these pics. And YES the weight of 213 throw pillows adds up quickly.....(LOLOLOL)
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Bob you and Ed were forewarned - note the title of the thread!!! ;-))


Staging tip of the day is: Use rope lights - on the ground to outline the outside edges of your trailer and to create a path leading to the trailer.
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