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Old 04-24-2015, 05:14 AM   #21
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Yep, with my boys in the Boy Scouts....
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Old 04-24-2015, 05:29 AM   #22
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Used to hike alot. Did the AT forward and backwards..twice. Loved backpacking in the Appalachians. Sad to say, I don't do it anymore due to being spoiled rotten with a camper. But would definately do it again. I still have all my stuff. Gregory pack, MSR this-n-that, Mountain Hardwear gear, etc etc.

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I will be going to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area later this year for a trip with my daughter. Since it is a designated Wilderness (and hence there are no roads) the Trailer gets left behind. But not far behind. We'll take it up to a campground near the BWCA and my wife and other daughter will stay there while we do the canoe trip in the BWCA.
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A lot of camping spots in the West particularly National and state parks are not large enough to support 30 something foot campers. To each his own!!!
True. When we get out TT, we will have to give up going to at least one of the campgrounds we've frequented for about 30 years. Their official length limit is 16' - which means that even our 17' PUP is technically over the limit. There are some places on Mt. Lemmon (just east of Tucson) where nothing but tents are allowed; on the other hand, there are places where tents are prohibited. We will just have to explore and find new places!
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DW will likely never do it again. But I still have all my gear, and I plan to use it again when my son comes of age. DW said she'll hold down base camp for us in the Jayco just in case it all goes sideways!
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