I like minimalism when camping but still want a solid floor under my feet.
So I will give this little camper a trial run in the spring.
When it is set up it has a dinette feature.... a small table and cushioned seat and seat back on both sides.
Then of course the table drops down and the cushions are shifted to make a bed that runs east and west.
And there is just enough room in front of the door to stand up for changing clothes, stretching, etc.
And it is indeed lightweight, about 400 pounds and I can move it around by hand and push it up on ramps into my storage shed.
It just seems like the Jr is a little overkill for one person for weekend trips and this tiny camper may end up being too small. Time will tell.
The nice fellow that sold
this to me had spent a couple years using this with his fiancé and two dogs. He decided to look for a used R-Pod or Tab.
I told him the benefits of a 2nd hand fiberglass camper and he will hopefully find a nice one for himself.