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The Official Camper and Camping Thread

hickslawns

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I found a mobile camper for you, Dave. Needs finished but a good starting place. Should be perfect for the rainy days. . .I mean TOO events. Cause it always rains at these it seems.
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hickslawns

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Enjoy it gents. Wife and I have decided to sell ours. We discussed all the great memories. Very thankful we have had campers. The last 2-3yrs we simply haven't used it. With one away at college. . . The other plenty busy. . . We don't see it getting used. She simply made me agree to buying another one when we have grandkids. I thought that was plenty fair. While it is a bittersweet decision to sell, we have zero regrets camping with the kids in the younger years.

For what it's worth, we laughed about things like our son spending a week in the Smokies with no shoes. Just a pair of Spiderman flip flops. Roughly age 5-6. Then discussed how from those ages to the current ages were sort of a blur. Point being: get the campers out. Make the memories. Enjoy it. You won't regret it at all.
 

5Cent

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Enjoy it gents. Wife and I have decided to sell ours. We discussed all the great memories. Very thankful we have had campers. The last 2-3yrs we simply haven't used it. With one away at college. . . The other plenty busy. . . We don't see it getting used. She simply made me agree to buying another one when we have grandkids. I thought that was plenty fair. While it is a bittersweet decision to sell, we have zero regrets camping with the kids in the younger years.

For what it's worth, we laughed about things like our son spending a week in the Smokies with no shoes. Just a pair of Spiderman flip flops. Roughly age 5-6. Then discussed how from those ages to the current ages were sort of a blur. Point being: get the campers out. Make the memories. Enjoy it. You won't regret it at all.

Yeah buddy, that's what it is all about!

Dustin rang me today while pulling his home. Made me smile thinking of campfires and camping spots 🤟