Our past 2 trailers came with a tv or tv's in them. We (DW and I) are now at an age where we don't diddybop on the trails as much nor sit around the campfire like we did when our kids were with us.
So for us now, having a tv onboard the camper is a nice way to relax after a day of towing or touring around. Back in the day, I too, was a camping purist (coiuldn't afford to be anything but!). Had the tent and thought it really big time when we finally upgraded to the green Coleman camping stove! A campfire was a necessity. But times change, so do expectations and experiences. I still consider myself a camper, but not a purist...but a camping dude!
So, as I age...the TV will remain a part of our RV.
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