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Great set up! What park are you in? Did you take AddyFrogDog with you? I have that same mat and love that it keeps most of the dirt out of the camper.

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Hey, NT. Give us a tour of the inside of the teardrop. I'm curious about the potty situation.

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2 hours ago, PurpleDawg said:

Hey, NT. Give us a tour of the inside of the teardrop. I'm curious about the potty situation.

 

Will do when I have better cell service.

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4 minutes ago, crunch said:

I was at Rock the River foe awhile today. Its kinda like camping. Lotta Frogs.  Fyn time. 

 

Sonzds luk yu stil havun fuhn

 

 

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The bed is something between queen-size and king.  We added a matress topper - very comfortable and easy to stow.

 

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When you're in a state park at 2am and it's raining, and there's a five minute walk to the restroom, this is nice to have.  (Uses real, actual water!)

 

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I actually like having the shower more than the toilet.

 

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We added the custom-sized cutting board for extra counter space.  We have a Coleman stove for cooking outdoors.  No need for the indoor cooktop yet.

 

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Well, this is hardly scenic, but it has nerd appeal.

 

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I replaced the original 12v battery with two 6v’s hooked in series, which gives me considerably more battery life.

 

To make room for the extra battery, I had to downsize the propane tank from a 20 lb to a 10 lb, but considering that we’ve had the thing for 2 1/2 years and haven’t emptied the propane tank yet, I think we’ll have plenty.

 

Since this pic was taken in September, I’ve added a fancy-schmancy battery monitor and a solar charge controller, which will come in handy when I finally get around to buying solar panels...

 

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