Went to an A-frame style popup awhile back, mainly for the ease of setup and takedown.
I remember having to pull out beds that sometimes stuck, and then having to lift them
to put the support poles into position. Even the memories are painful.
Well, we were having considerations for the...
The door of our microwave was occasionally not closing fully, so I figured pulling the
microwave would be easy and quick. Well, the grille cover has 4 steel arms that extend
back and attach to the rear screws of the microwave. That effectively keeps it in place,
and the foam underneath it act as...
3 years ago, I wondered about the Coolcat when I bought the FR Aframe, and I have learned to appreciate it greatly.
I keep the output vents angled to blow the air upwards, and the air temp is fairly even throughout the camper with the fan running full-time. If you are sleeping under the rear...
I am wondering how lucky folks with the new dormer openings are liking them.
In all honesty, a former "regular popup" had canvas windows, and they offered very little insulation from both temperature changes and campground noises.
The "regular A frame" does provide much better insulation all...
I am seeing more ticks this year, in the woods, and even on my shirt.
So, I have a couple of questions.
Are you seeing more ticks this year?
Are more ticks around when logging has just taken place in the woods?
Are there less ticks in camping areas that are not in the woods?
Many combinations work fine on flatlands, but, if you are going to cross mountains,
everything becomes more demanding. The powertrain, cooling system, suspension, and braking
system are all forced to work harder.