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Old 06-01-2010, 03:48 PM   #1
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This was the first trip out - Glen Rouge campground in the City of Toronto!

Pretty cool oasis in the middle of the city....loved it!
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Old 06-01-2010, 03:51 PM   #2
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And trip number two....

This time only about 30 minutes from home - Lac Philippe, Gatineau Hills, Quebec.

Quiet, beautiful, wonderful trails for hiking, walking, biking or whatever.... even explored a cave!

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The Cave:

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Nice trailer, whats the deal with the short door?
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Nice trailer, whats the deal with the short door?
Access to the beer fridge..lol - no, there's a bunk in the back that folds up to allow for extra storage, including straps to hold things down! Two bikes just fit in there & with the strap, surprisingly stay upright. I'm pretty darn impressed with this trailer!

Still have some modifications to do, though.....
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Do yall use the outside grill? Wev got one and used it once. Its such a mess to store, we dont use it at all anymore.
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Do yall use the outside grill? Wev got one and used it once. Its such a mess to store, we dont use it at all anymore.
Yup, used it both trips...bacon, sausages, steak...no issue with it so far although it doesn't get quite as hot as I'd like for searing. Overall I like it - it's very convenient and actually cleaned up pretty nice both times with soap & water. I found a cardboard box that it sits in quite well & once cool, it just goes in there and then in the front storage compartment for travelling. I came across some left-over carpet from a construction site, which I cut up and put in all the storage areas in the trailer, that way things don't slide all over the place. Works pretty good...now, ask me again at the end of the season and my opinion might be different! I still have the old portable BBQ sitting in the garage 'just-in-case'!
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Old 06-02-2010, 01:22 PM   #8
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Nice tt McMonk! We also have the exact same outdoor mat.
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We'd bought that at the Chievres PX in Belgium just before we came back from Europe. It really is the 'cat's meow'.

Got it one day with the lawnmower though, so one edge looks like the 'cat' really had a go at it!
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Nice set up McMonk. I have the same grill and have been using it for the last five years.
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