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Offline RenStarr

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Re: Newcomer to faire camping... lessons learned and items to buy
« Reply #15 on: July 19, 2011, 07:39:15 AM »
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Looking forward to seeing you at TRF and hoisting a few with you.

Keeper,
I'll be looking forward to see you as well my friend, I'll be there for sure on AHE.  We'll throw down some drink, tell some stories, make up some lies!!  LOL  I do plan on setting up my "easy up" outside my tent, so if you want to put your cot tent under part of that at night your more then welcome.  Cya....
Spiced rum....hmmmmm
Greetings, try this.
Starr Gazzer.
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Offline linuxmanxxx

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Re: Newcomer to faire camping... lessons learned and items to buy
« Reply #16 on: August 03, 2011, 07:39:59 PM »
Keeper,
And here's some links on some tear drop trailers (some models that I came across and liked):
http://www.microcampers.com/index.html

MicroCampers is my company and we're quite willing to work with anyone on customizing the options you want. It comes almost fully loaded so it would probably a reduction of cost and options you would be seeking. Comes with a tent that attaches to the side so you have a full size 8ft high room to get dressed in so that alleviates the standard teardrop problem of no room for dressing. Might even be a bonus for the first one to show up at RenFest in a MicroCamper ;)

Offline KeeperoftheBar

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Re: Newcomer to faire camping... lessons learned and items to buy
« Reply #17 on: August 04, 2011, 07:31:31 AM »
Thank you for all of your assistance and recommendations.  I got the tent I wanted and I believe it will work.  I am working on ways to raise it about 6 inches to make it easier to get out.  Otherwise I may have to draft Teach & RenStarr into yanking me out each morning.  It is small but easy to assemble (it is set up in my bedroom currently).

I'm really looking forward to TRF and not having to sleep with StudMuffin in the car.


http://www.campingcomfortably.com/kamprite-compact-collapsible-tent-cot.html
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