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Old 07-26-2016, 03:52 PM   #661
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Flowers in full bloom after a couple of rainy days while boondocking at the Imperial Sand Dunes.

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Old 07-26-2016, 03:56 PM   #662
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I don't get it . clearly the man and his son are standing looking at the water or whatever else . they were not peeing as this photo is suggesting . heck the guys hands are in his pockets and the boys arms are so high no why there doing what is being suggested
It's in your perception. I see a man and a boy enjoying life together.
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Old 07-26-2016, 04:20 PM   #663
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Best one I have seen
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I don't get it . clearly the man and his son are standing looking at the water or whatever else . they were not peeing as this photo is suggesting . heck the guys hands are in his pockets and the boys arms are so high no why there doing what is being suggested
Looks like a father and son enjoying the out doors to me..................
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Old 07-26-2016, 05:40 PM   #665
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OR............ you can take the front axle out to and add a heavy duty hitch & turn it into a true trailer


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Old 07-26-2016, 05:42 PM   #666
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Posting photos of unusual or broken RVs is hardly what I consider making fun of people. If you are so sensitive to the photos posted here and think we are making fun of people, then instead of closing the thread perhaps you should quit following it. Besides I still have photos to post to this thread like this spectacular antique build.

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Check out the bicycle on the back of the RV.

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Now that guy would have me waiting for the correct moment to approach and say hi.
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Storms coming up Shelf Clouds was not a bad storm like first thought.
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Old 07-26-2016, 06:35 PM   #668
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I could definitely use this setup. Probably packs down into a nice package. I like it.
And what's wrong with tents having a/c
Is that camp Virginia?
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Don't know here is camp Myrtle Beach............................ Seamed to work.....


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Old 07-26-2016, 09:00 PM   #670
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I do not see any one make fun of anyone. Having fun with them yes....It is just fun to see the interesting rigs that people have. I like all of them actually I wish most of the were mine. ESP the 1956 Spartan. I have admired that trailer for years & would love to see the inside. There was one simular on Ebay totally restored starting at 150K . No one is making fun of anyone here.


Oakman Love these........

There is a LARGE Spartan looking trailer on 82 Hwy east at ?? Lewisville, Ar I think. It is on the left going east.
Looks to be in shape/tact.


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These two units were in an RV park in western Kansas. This was last year during the wheat harvest and itinerant workers were staying in these two trailers that were apparently updated with modern amenities. Normally when you see these units its at a vintage RV rally or a museum.


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It is at Ocean Lakes beside the I section Bathhouse. They are at that location often.

I always stay back in the 4000 section so have not seen it. I'll be there Friday for 9 days and will try to scope it out if he is still there.


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I don't get it . clearly the man and his son are standing looking at the water or whatever else . they were not peeing as this photo is suggesting . heck the guys hands are in his pockets and the boys arms are so high no why there doing what is being suggested
Father and son time together.
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I always stay back in the 4000 section so have not seen it. I'll be there Friday for 9 days and will try to scope it out if he is still there.


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Not sure what the story behind it is, but the owners keep it in storage at Ocean Lakes. It is there often. Always next to the I section bathhouse when it is there. It is a little rough but I like it. We left Sunday it was there last time we were by before leaving.

We usually stay in the 3000 section.

With 800 campsites just about always something interesting there.

Enjoy !!!!!!

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I had a fulltimer friend tell me that he would do whatever he has to in order to get off of the road before changing a flat on the highway- even if it meant destroying a rim in the process. He said he doesn't feel safe changing them on the shoulder and wouldn't do it.


Smart.

Even my nice aluminum wheels are only $100. I'll keep driving [slow] in order to pull off somewhere. Not going to risk my life, or my family, for a $100 wheel.

In addition, it takes a lot to render a wheel unusable. Driving slow and careful, you can probably make it to the next exit/pull-off before you damage the wheel so much you can't use it. I only say this in case you need to reuse the wheel... until you have time to replace it.


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Found these old girls in Whitehall Mi in Minert Co park

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Please note there was a site team cleanup performed on this thread. Remember this thread is designed to be cool, funny, neat or weird things seen. It is not intended to poke fun but merely share another side of Americana and for others to enjoy discussing it.

Please do not continue to bait one another when you disagree with a post, merely state your opinion and move on. Now let's please keep this thread back on topic. Thank you. FRF Site Team.
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Beautiful! I would love to come across that at a campground.
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I always forget to snap a picture but...

Leaving wally last night after getting our supplies for a trip this weekend the GF and i see a class c and TT parked next to each other at the back of the lot. The folks had their dog, chairs and dinner out in between the two units. If not for this forum i would have been like what the heck, but it made sense and i had to explain it to the GF. Plates looked to be from Maine and i am in central NY (no not the city lol)

driving out of the rest of the shopping plaza i see another OLD class A RV. now this is where i needed the camera. This thing was old and looked like it had been through a war zone. The whole back end was reconstructed with wood along with a little porch, none of which was even painted. Several areas along the rest of the unit had also been reconstructed with wood. the family looked like they were hippes (nothing wrong with that just describing) from the 70 (although maybe only 30ish years old), saw one small child and a very mangy looking dog. it was quite a site. sure they were great folks, just was amazed by the wood work.
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Not at a campground, but still something to see.

When you notice them, you will be like DAAAAYYYyuuummmm!

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