Originally Posted by FoCoNoCo
As far as whether or not we're wanting a "true" hybrid with canvas bed ends, we're still up in the air. We are taking a close look at the rear bed slides like the Roo 23RS and 25RS. There are campgrounds at Yellowstone that I've been told do not allow any soft sides due to bears, as that is one place we plan to go.
you've been misinformed, which happens a lot when people talk about camping at Yellowstone.
only ONE campground in Yellowstone, has a permanent ban on soft-sided campers, Fishing Bridge CG.
all the others, including Madison, Canyon, Mammoth, Grant allow soft-sided campers.
because ONE campground does this, everyone seems to hear that soft-sided campers aren't allowed in YNP.
the other less known positive of a hybrid TT, is that you can "turtle" and stay in Fishing Bridge CG.
Turtling is not putting the canvas bunk ends out and sleeping on the dinette or sofa, just like you would in any smaller TT.
as far as keeping the canvas ends cool or warm, it's easily done with solar blankets and Reflectix.
check out Popup Gizmos website. they make solar covers for popups and hybrids. they make a huge difference in temp control and also help keep the canvas clean and the ends darkened for naps or late risers.
and Zoe the Wonder Dog(R.I.P.)
'07 Roo 23SS pushing an '07 Chevy Avalanche
Equalizer WDH and Prodigy BC