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Old 07-08-2009, 05:19 PM   #29
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I haven't been able to tour an Eggcamper yet, but for me the lack of a rear window wouldn't be a problem. I like the fact that it's a little wider than a Casita or Scamp. I also like the fact that the walls are all fiberglass.

I have seen that he offers an all-electric version and that's definitely something I would NOT want. We do quite a lot of off-the-grid camping and also cold-weather camping. We depend on our furnace and gas water heater a lot.
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Old 07-08-2009, 07:23 PM   #30
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We have the Casita and many times if the campsite is wide enough I back in and turn the trailer 90 degrees so the dinette is in the back and the awning runs parallel to the road in front. That might help some of you folks who want the rear veiw but don't have rear windows
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Old 07-09-2009, 04:14 PM   #31
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We have the Casita and many times if the campsite is wide enough I back in and turn the trailer 90 degrees so the dinette is in the back and the awning runs parallel to the road in front. That might help some of you folks who want the rear veiw but don't have rear windows

We have corresponded with Jim Palmer and if he is busy, we may have to wait a few days but he always responds with good, down-to-earth answers. We have never missed the back window, but each Egg owner has his or her likes and dislikes. The overall light, openess and windows make another opening unnecessary. About the height from the ground, we have not had ours bottom out at all. We still have to figure out an awning set-up. We have the total electric and have gotten a generator, but have not hooked it up yet. Over all, we have not regretted our EggCamper purchase! Vi & John
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