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Old 09-15-2015, 03:32 PM   #31
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We use our TT mainly for dog shows right now. Me and my sister camped often with the family as kids, first in tents, then a SMALL TT, then a motorhome. We grew up and other things took precedence. A couple of years ago me and my sister bought a pup to go to the dog shows. We loved it and never looked back. This year we were able to buy a Palomino SolAire 251RBSS and its great! We are looking forward to doing more camping and dog shows in the future (right now we both work - a lot). But we get away every chance we can and we love it! Lisa
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Old 09-15-2015, 04:04 PM   #32
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There's nothing like camping out! We use our camper as a motel when we visit the relations. Stay in a campground or, at mom's we just pull up in her back yard. Not only beats the cost of a commercial motel, but the peace and quiet is awesome! And, we don't have to worry who slept last in the bed, or what was being cooked up in the room, or anything else. We've camped in a pup for about 15 years. some year, we may graduate up to a TT, but for now, we enjoy the simplicity of the pop-up and the easse of pulling it behind our car. We also have always appreciated the people we meet at campgrounds. Once in a while a stinker, but mostly just fun-loving and cordial people who are happy to make new friends. When I retire for the last time, I look forward to more travel--and camping my way along.
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Old 09-16-2015, 10:38 AM   #33
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Always wanted to but when the boys came along decided to give it a try. Bought a 1973 Terry project trailer in the mid 1980s it was used very little but had some rear corner damage where it was opened up. Long story. Fixed it up pulled it up & down the coast for 2-3 years & we enjoyed it. Bought a new Terry in 1988 and later the first Puma and now it has grown into the current 36 ft toy hauler. The rest is history.

Bringing the dogs along has been a plus we even rescued one while we were camping at Mayberry Campground .........


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