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Old 12-29-2020, 12:13 PM   #21
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My question is why do people buy a trailer then use it like a tent. No stove, fridge, heater, bathroom, etc. Then they look for some different way that usually is dangerous or unhandy to make it modern. Leave in the stove.
I don’t know the answer to your question. I often say “everyone camps differently”. After years of
Tents, toppers, a pickup camper and two decades with a fold down, I cannot get over the “comforts of home” that good fiberglass campers provide. I do enjoy specialty cooking outside with a Dutch oven, propane stove or Whatever but it’s certainly nice to have the “indoor” options when needed.
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Old 12-29-2020, 12:59 PM   #22
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My question is why do people buy a trailer then use it like a tent. No stove, fridge, heater, bathroom, etc. Then they look for some different way that usually is dangerous or unhandy to make it modern. Leave in the stove.
That’s a logical question for which I have no logical answer !
I paid for every option on my trailer and I plan on using them .
Turning my $30,000 Escape into a glorified tent doesn’t have any appeal for me but evidently it does for others . To each there own
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My question is why do people buy a trailer then use it like a tent. No stove, fridge, heater, bathroom, etc. Then they look for some different way that usually is dangerous or unhandy to make it modern. Leave in the stove.
It's called making it their own. The problem is if/when they try to sell it, no one else want's it set up that way. I have made MANY changes to mine, but did not remove the basics, just added to what was there.
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