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Old 03-14-2015, 10:50 PM   #1
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Maiden voyage!

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Picked up our a122bh today. We are driveway camping! 41 degrees outside but toasty inside! First camper ever for us. We are excited for campgrounds to open.


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Old 03-15-2015, 01:18 AM   #2
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There's something about A-Frames that I just love. Driveway camping is a good way to pass the time and better yet, keep your memory fresh on how everything works. When will your campgrounds open up?
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Welcome from New a winsdor, MD. We did driveway camping too! Loads of fun but some of the neighbors thought we were pretty weird. Lol


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Old 03-15-2015, 07:43 AM   #4
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No better place to get familiar with your camper. Having your camper set up in the driveway is a great idea! It's like a fortress of solitude. In peak summer I have used the cool cat to beat the heat. Congrats on your maiden voyage, hopefully the next one will be further afield!
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Nice camper, the weather should start to turn soon.
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Old 03-16-2015, 08:22 AM   #6
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Picked up our a122bh today. We are driveway camping! 41 degrees outside but toasty inside! First camper ever for us. We are excited for campgrounds to open.
Welcome to the forum, KDogg01.

Sitting in the driveway, the camper is also good for naps, or rather contemplating upcoming camping trips in mid afternoon.

Congratulations.
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It looks great! I got a 122BH last year and can't wait to get it out again. You'll love it!
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A lot of the campgrounds by us here in Ohio don't open until the 15th or so of April. There are some state parks that are open year round.
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A lot of the campgrounds by us here in Ohio don't open until the 15th or so of April. There are some state parks that are open year round.
Mid-April will be upon us soon but for some it can seem like a lifetime after dealing with the cold & snow for several months. Hopefully you & others can get out camping sooner than later.

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Congrats on the new Rocky!

Nothing wrong with driveway camping! A few years ago, our youngest got married and we had WAY too many family members staying with us so we went and got our camper and a few of us guys spent some fun nights outside, camping in the street!
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