The reason I am thinking about getting rid of the Tear drop is with the new egg, it won't be needed. I still like camping out of it in extremely cold weather, actually much superior to a Casita
from what I've been reading on this forum. The trailer that it's sitting on is set up exactly how I want it for carrying canoes and everything else I mess around with. Since I just put a new axle
on it with brakes
, I am not in a hurry to get rid of it. Besides, getting a new trailer licensed in Pa is a major hassle. I'll be retiring in five or so years. When I buy my retirement home, I may just have room for the teardrop to be sitting off to the side somewhere where it won't be in the way. Then I could purchase a harbor freight trailer and mount the tear and then put a for sale
sign on it. Trying to dispose of a teardrop camper without any wheels under it just does not appeal to many people. Right now it's in the way since I live in a parsonage. Since I can be moved at any time, I like to keep my life as simple and as uncomplicated as possible. If the tear wasn't currently sitting on my trailer, I'd go canoeing much more often. I'd also take on some of those jobs hanging over my head if I didn't have to take the cap off my truck to make those jobs go easier. The advantage of a utility trailer over a truck bed is the height. I am getting older and don't like lifting things so high.