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Old 02-17-2014, 07:16 PM   #1
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Latest Glamper Finds, to Wake Up Cabin Fever

What is your latest Glamper find? This is for all those out there with cabin fever, whose little campers are under snow or covers for winter and need to dream. I found this little Scotch Plaid Vintage cooler last September and use it for can sodas. Let's see yours...
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Old 02-17-2014, 09:09 PM   #2
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Glamping is fun! But, it can be a lot of work. Diane, I've just about given up glamping. Once a year, I drag out the "crystal and lace." International Glamping Weekend! The rest of the time, that stuff stays home. I find, it's not practical BUT FUN! However, for my normal camping style... not so much. YMMV
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Old 02-17-2014, 09:22 PM   #3
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HA, Donna, I agree. I do NOT go for the extra pillows, lace and chandoliers. But when I see something that's old or vintage that I can use in a practicle way, I go for it. I am using the GREAT Tupperware, orange, yellow, brown, and green glasses and bowls with lids. Love them still, have used them camping for over 25 years. Still as good as new (They must be 50 years old now, 1960's). I also use my Mom's 50 year old canister set for crackers and to keep toilet paper in, HA, it's mouse proof!
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Old 02-17-2014, 09:24 PM   #4
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Not really glampers, but over the years have picked up/replaced stuff with nicer things going with a blue colour scheme...plastic stemware, some festive lights, and of course a pair of pink flamingoes. We will never have 'girly fix', but we are always trying to present a tidy, pleasant, and colour coordinated website. We find the blue theme goes well with the chilled rose....
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...er, campsite. dratted auto correct!
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HA. Pat, I try to color coordinate also, it's fun. While I am NOT a Girly Girl, do like wine in wine glasses while websiting, er, camping. My wine glasses are plastic and have pink flamingo stems. HA!
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Pat, I like your avatar!
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My collections are scattered here and there.
I'll have to get them together and take a picture.
Hoping to take some longer trips (err, stay longer
at a campsite) this year. Then I can set up some
extra things and justify it by using them longer....LOL

I've been scoping out some places already when the
temps are well above freezing.......ha
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I've been scoping out some places already when the
temps are well above freezing.......ha[/QUOTE]

And where would that be Carl?
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Campsites near by. Within a hundred miles.
We have a lot of campsites in my neck of the woods.
When we are just "riding around" I find sites that are
not on the map. Guess I'll have to start writing them
down because I don't recall where any of them are now.

We went into the Boston Mountains Sunday.
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I keep following derek... he's a glamper guy and I love seeing what stuff he's got going on. Like I said, if it wasn't so much work... it would be my standard. BUT, my THEME is clean... sometimes I hit it and sometimes I don't
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Diane, where can I get some of that Glamper tape like you have around your window in the pic? Lol, I too had to use that wonderful tool.
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Diane, where can I get some of that Glamper tape like you have around your window in the pic? Lol, I too had to use that wonderful tool.
LOL...Shawn, The Duct does hold the world together! That and a Swiss army knife are my most important things to have on a camping trip. I have been using the Same orange tarp for over 30 years, holes are tape up with the duct tape patches. Gives me more room outside in the rain.
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How the heck do you get that tarp up so well? It seems whatever way I put mine up there is a saggy bit somewhere. The saggy bit fills with rain or dew and threatens to pull the whole concoction down!
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