what I really need is 25+mpg pulling my camper and that is not easy.
I could get 40 mpg pulling my camper if my camper was a tent like it used to be.
I could stand up in my big tent (almost).
I could cook on a coleman stove sitting outside on picnic bench at some national forest.
I could put on my shoes and get a flashlight and make my way to the vault toilet in the middle of the night.
I could blow up a mattress and sleep ok.
I could curl up in a damn good thermal sleeping bag if it was cold and sleep atop it if it was hot.
I could keep the skeeters out with a zip curtain.
I could ....
So why do I get pull around 3000 lbs of egg and get 13-14 mpg?
I am thinking I am going to sell my casita
and ranger 4.0 and get a mini SUV that gets 35+mpg and get a trailer that is bare bones and weighs no more than the 2000 lbs the SUV is probably limited to.
I like that egg camper
. The spartan model is 2000 lbs, I can stand up in it with ease, I can use a microwave
when I'm juiced or a coleman when I'm not. It has a potty, a bed, its insulated, and I still have a sleeping bag.
Or maybe go back to the Aliner again... hmmm
Tell me why I should do this or what other egg fits my needs (it *must* be 6'1" inside height). If it wasn't for the height requirement I would get a smaller scamp
or something. Or maybe a used egg with the ten top pop up... what is that brand?