In October while camping in Wisconsin, we finally saw an egg for the first time. The very nice couple who owned it gave us a tour of their "new" used trailer. I know they're not on this board (I recommended it). They said that they have had a constant stream of people stopping them and asking about it, some people even offering to buy it! The guy they bought it from warned them to expect a lot of attention and they were clearly getting a kick out if it. Is that kind of attention common, or only in this part of the Midwest?
We have a sturdy, instant set up tent (less than one minute up and only a couple to take down) but sleeping on the ground, even with good mats, is getting less and less fun. And the downpours/thunderstorms we seem to attract. Maybe next year...
Hi Judith and welcome.
You might as well just admit it, you're hooked...
We know this because all of us here are egg addicts and we can spot one of us a mile away.
Go ahead and start looking seriously for your first egg, buy it and you'll never go back. There have been some phenomenal deals this fall
and this is the time to buy before March and the prices rise. (Any of us will be happy to help you find the one for you.) Also, gives you the time to ready the egg for camping season so you don't miss a day of great weather.
Once you buy, we'll send you the location of a local eggs-anonomous where you can go and say.."Hi, my names Judith and I'm an egg aholic..."