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Old 07-15-2016, 08:01 PM   #21
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Old 07-16-2016, 06:51 AM   #22
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There is a rally later this month near Durango where you could get a lot of info and see a lot of fiberglass. Look up the Rocky Mountain Egg Rendezvous.
Thanks for this! We're leaving for Telluride ( on Tuesday to volunteer at a mountain bike race on the 23rd, then heading home through Durango to visit friends there. I'd love to check out all the eggs.

Two months ago we bought a new-to-us small pop up trailer and all I can think is, WHY? Well, it was inexpensive and so cute when set up. Now that we know what's involved in set up and take's less enchanting.
I'd love for DH to see all the fiberglass options so we can ditch this boat anchor ASAP.

That said, the previous owners of the pop up relied heavily on an electric skillet for cooking if they were in a campground with electric hook up. I once camped with someone who brought an electric skillet, and DANG! it was so handy. You can also get one-burner propane units that are compact and stow easily.

For the OP, this is a great opportunity for you and your fiancee to find out more about each other. Are you both super organized or more laissez faire? Is one spontaneous or the other one likes a schedule with no surprises?
Does one person show up at the airport with a change of underwear and the other has 5 suitcases? Or are you two peas in a pod?

What a sweet time in life. Enjoy to the fullest!
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Old 07-16-2016, 10:06 AM   #23
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Have you considered an induction cook-top? They are one pot size, square, make not heat and take little space. You do need electricity though. In Canada, they are sold at Home Hardware.
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Old 07-16-2016, 10:10 PM   #24
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Induction stove tops only work on AC. You could use an inverter of course, but there goes the efficiency.
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