Price and weight were my two main factors. I'm glad I got one ('77 13' Trillium) When I grow up and get a better tow vehicle, I might move up to a 15 footer. My wife and I boondock a lot so we don't want anything too big. Smaller trailers fit in more places!
on the not going to big comments... i agree.
Here in the Pacific Northwest many of the sites Cari & i visit state max trailer length at 18 feet. And that is really not an exaggerated request! Some of the spots we put our van (18ft) + parkliner (15ft) leaves little wiggle room front to rear.
Welcome Bill. I know what you mean. I bought three in one month. A U-haul-16, a scamp-16 and then the Scamp 19. We wanted the 19 all along but just couldn't find one on the east coast. Bought the U-haul and then found the Scamp-16. A few weeks later the 19 showed up in a classified section. Best thing about it was I had no problem reselling the other two. Just wish I'd found the 19 first. Alot of stress for my wife that month. Every time I called her and said "guess what"? She would say Oh, God no. LOL Good luck
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...I love all the ...EGGS, in particularly Trillium and Boler. Luckily I got one Trillium. I wish I could have like Mr. David: 5 Trilliums and... NONE of them will be for sale. Still searching for Trillium and Boler.with ...good deals..that's me. If any of those popped up which are closed to my home and flalled into my category/budget, you better RUN because I always get...cash ready for those. My Trillium was bought by me within....4 hour posted...Lol. Someone, even my wife said...I belonged to...some sort of mental institutions. Hey, I only got 1 egg. How about Mister David??????Lol...
I'm new to this site but there must be something wrong with me! I want every egg I see. Read about them constantly. Love Casitas, Scamps, Burros, Trilliums, even the old apaches though they are not quite the egg family. My bucket list.....Casita or scamp 13' with bath. Is there any cure for this? How did everyone decide which one was "the one"?
Hi: Chillywilly... Fiberglass flu has no known cure!!! It can be controlled with copious amounts of fluids and plenty of restful campfires. In time you will notice some respite from the symptoms... but then a recurring bout of twofootitis may set in.
Alf S. North shore of Lake Erie