Camping with a camper

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Alexandoy
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Camping with a camper

Postby Alexandoy » Wed Jul 05, 2017 2:20 pm

There was a time that my family had a camping in one mountain resort. We were all in our own tents at bedtime when I couldn't sleep because of the strong winds. It is quite noisy and the sound is irritating. My wife and I went to the car and slept there. It was a good night's sleep that we now realize it is very convenient to go on camping when you have a camper to stay in instead of tents. That's especially an advantage when it rains.

DR KOKIL AGARWAL
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Re: Camping with a camper

Postby DR KOKIL AGARWAL » Wed Jul 05, 2017 3:56 pm

It was good that you had an alternative to sleep in the car. Yes, there are times when the tent is pretty uncomfortable. The unknown surrounding sounds make falling asleep difficult. But sadly this option is not available in most of the camping trips and most of us have to adjust in the tent itself be it in case of storm or heavy rain.

harijobs
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Re: Camping with a camper

Postby harijobs » Wed Jul 05, 2017 4:42 pm

I too love campers. They are best suitable when we have to camp during rain like you said Alexandoy. I have seen many campers but sadly I have never had the experience of camping in a camper. I have only watched in the T.V. Maybe in the future I may try. Have a great day. :)

kamai
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Re: Camping with a camper

Postby kamai » Sat Jul 08, 2017 2:25 pm

That is definately a good idea. Once my family and I went on a trip and we took an RV. Some took their tents as we were staying at a place that was all nature even though my uncles house was near. Most adults stayed in tents while the kids stayed in the RV with thier parents because of the scary night ssounds. I was too scared so I also stayed in the RV.


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