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Posted: Oct 4 2009, 10:12 PM
Deen - Vancouver, WA - I'm the one on the left!
Member No.: 105
Joined: 3-October 09
take pictures of our seven cats and two goldfish that we take "camping" with us. Can't really say camping as we take it all with us!
41' of DSPD really does allow you to take more "stuff" with you. It doesn't, however, mean that we'll have a better time than if we were in a tent!! We had the most fun in a 17' Type B MH.
Maybe I should post the story of how we ran the battery down, got the only flashlight out, it had a burned out bulb, I had a spare, but no light to see with (unlit Forest Service Campground). Ended up having to change the bulb by the light of my watch dial. We still laugh about that!!
Posted: Oct 4 2009, 11:29 PM
Larry - Near Fort Leavenworth KS
Member No.: 31
Joined: 21-July 09
I would certainly agree with you on that point. We had by far the greatest fun and most memorable moments back when we were tent camping with our two little girls.