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First Family camping tent in my Springbar Traveler

This past year I'd my first Best Camping Tent within my new Springbar. It went very well. We'd some very good winds eventually also it handled it just like a champion. It's all too easy to create these up/tear lower, even on my own. It is just investing in the stakes, that could be difficult when the ground was hard. However I have lots of different kinds of stakes for whatever ground I'd encounter.

The only real factor I might consider gets some kind of toilet to help keep in/close to the tent. As the porta potty wasn't far, it had been lots of try to get outfitted making it there over time. I had been consuming lots of water since it would be a dry area at high elevation. Also, basically take my spouse and youngsters (all female), I believe that may be helpful. Tell me for those who have any suggestions with that.

There have been a couple of Kodiaks only at that camp also, but mostly RVs.

I sometimes take a look at RVs, but ultimately I do not view it as well worth the cost/effort/storage. Unless of course us really will get into camping, it appears like an awful idea. And to be honest the expense (a small appear) are a little too high for me personally. I additionally wouldn't wish to tow anything apart from a b-Frame or popup. From the RVs available I love the Airstreams, but they're super costly and high.

Here's another shot showing more landscape. Fortunately this area had meals/showers/power/wireless. And really it had been a really affordable camping trip. It was most likely around $400 for 7-8 nights with meals. As well as some very dark skies. But it's a rather rough landscape which in rainwater wouldn't be fun. Somewhat greater elevation and dry. It got pretty windy the very first night. So when the sun's rays went underneath the mesas, it got cold really quick.

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