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Old 03-07-2013, 07:41 PM   #15
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Cathy, You'll find that most things you worrry about won't happen. You'll get your little camper and enjoy the heck out of it camping... and nothing will happen except you'll have a lot of fun. Right now, you don't have one so you are spending a lot of time thinking about possibilities. Think about all the GREAT things you're going to do, because these little rigs are pretty much wash and wear. Keep on searching! Your camper is out there
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Old 03-07-2013, 07:56 PM   #16
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Besides that, who says you even "need" a refrigerator, etc.? Lots of folks get by with ice boxes and coolers. It's not what you own, but what you do with it and where you go! MAKE MEMORIES
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Old 03-07-2013, 08:16 PM   #17
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Besides that, who says you even "need" a refrigerator, etc.? Lots of folks get by with ice boxes and coolers. It's not what you own, but what you do with it and where you go! MAKE MEMORIES
That's so true, Donna. I don't have a fridge (don't want one). No ac, manage just fine with a fan. Keeping my camping simple (except for my awsome glamping stuff LOL). I tow it to camp and settle down with a good book and the dog in my lap.... heavenly.
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.... I tow it to camp and settle down with a good book and the dog in my lap.... heavenly.
I hope everyone has gotten long past of "Keeping up with the Joneses."

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Old 03-08-2013, 04:50 PM   #19
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There are worse things.

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Old 03-08-2013, 06:10 PM   #20
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There are worse things.


Actually, this one would fit in our garage! All others would be too large since our garage was built in 1929.
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I was in a friend's new Casita and they had an awsomely huge fridge/freezer. But the door was wide enough to fit it through. Man, that was a nice fridge
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This is a nice fridge. 6.7 cu ft and has a removable freezer in case you need more fridge space. Plus it is only 20 5/8 wide so will fit through any door.

Dometic RML 8555R Euro 6.7 cu. ft. 3-Way Refrigerator - Dometic RML8555R - Compact Refrigerators - Camping World
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I love it, the specs say "Right door hinge" but the picture shows the hinge on the left
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Fortunately, nearly all fridge door hinges can be reversed- even home ones! And that one looks like no exception- note the pinmount at the bottom of the right side...

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Fortunately, nearly all fridge door hinges can be reversed- even home ones! And that one looks like no exception- note the pinmount at the bottom of the right side...

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Then the specs are wrong. Anyone who wants to buy this, should then hope the measurement specs aren't wrong....
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I tow it to camp and settle down with a good book and the dog in my lap.... heavenly.
You could do that at home.
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There are worse things.
That is funny and there are some very small fold out campers.

While car camping in my Volvo wagon at the Air Force base in Charleston, SC, I met an interesting fellow, a retired enlisted man who camped all summer just to get away from his wife. He towed a motorcycle fold out trailer behind a half ton short bed pickup truck. It had a queen sized bed and the whole trailer weighed about 350 lbs. it was a fuel efficient way to travel. I found it amazing that it became as big as it did. I never took fold out campers seriously but this was impressive. It provided a place to sit and sleep well off the ground.

I think he liked that he was no longer the smallest rig in the campground. My Volvo wagon with a bed in the back was about as small as you can get and still have a full length mattress.
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I was all set to buy it last fall but Camping World refused to waive the shipping. I told them I'd pick it up at Camping World and they said it didn't matter whether I picked it up there or had it shipped to my house. Grrrr they lost a good sale. I do still like it and they do make a shorter one if anyone is interested. I'm pretty sure you do have to order the direction of the door though.
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