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    My son just bought his camper, and he's psyched about it.. $1500, hand-built tear-drop. Very unique, small and just what he needs. He is SO psyched about it. And it will fit nicely and blend in in our yard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catherine View Post
    My son just bought his camper, and he's psyched about it.. $1500, hand-built tear-drop. Very unique, small and just what he needs. He is SO psyched about it. And it will fit nicely and blend in in our yard.

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    Cool! Looks fun.

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    I have always entertained some romantic notion of a Steinbeck like camper once my tent camping days were done, which is about now. I can't see towing a camper, although I've seen those tear drop campers towed behind a Subaru. Rocinante:
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    Quote Originally Posted by pinkytoe View Post
    Went to an RV show today. Some of them are so huge and have such over the top features, it boggles the mind.
    With gas mileage costs and fees to park, wonder if it is just easier, more convenient and least costly to go to standard lodging?

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    Last year we left our motor home and took our car and stayed at motels. It was cheaper and we didn’t have a problem finding places that would take our 3 dogs even though one was huge.

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    Another bike camper with a really cool design (redesign?).


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    Several years ago we full-timed for half a year.

    Here's our rig: onland-horse.jpg

    Here is a blog post with photos of how the inside looked at first and how DH converted it:
    http://simplegreenliving.com/5054/to...ulltime-rving/

    And a blog post on drawbacks to RV living:
    http://simplegreenliving.com/5662/fi...ils-rv-living/

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    Interesting posts, Zana. Thanks for sharing! I don't think I could do it. I'm not enough of a minimalist.

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