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Re: Expo and camping tools and toys.

Postby MarcusInMD » Fri Apr 24, 2015 8:55 pm

Just found this thread. Here is our camping gear. Taken at the 2014 Uwharrie spring meetup.


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Re: Expo and camping tools and toys.

Postby squatch » Thu Jul 23, 2015 12:07 am

I really like this. I thought about making similar from PVC but after reading that this company started with that and moved on I think I might just get one. The price is pretty reasonable. It would work on Red Beans or the camper.
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Re: Expo and camping tools and toys.

Postby IsuzuGeek » Thu Jul 23, 2015 12:12 am

Yeah, I've looked at those before, but with the RTT I think I have just about enough weight on my roof. I actually splurged on one of these:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000RY ... 5YKSB94KXJ

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Re: Expo and camping tools and toys.

Postby squatch » Thu Jul 23, 2015 12:21 am

IsuzuGeek wrote:Yeah, I've looked at those before, but with the RTT I think I have just about enough weight on my roof. I actually splurged on one of these:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000RY ... 5YKSB94KXJ

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You are now officially a Glamper!

But I guess I will be too when I start using the camper. This is on the list as well.
http://www.truckfridge.com/tf51.html

Along with some solar on the roof to keep batteries charged.
http://www.amazon.com/RENOGY%C2%AE-Boat ... olar+panel

Now all I need is money!
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Re: Expo and camping tools and toys.

Postby N law » Thu Jul 23, 2015 1:32 am

I recently picked up a Vanagon westy and have joined a few groups as a result. A whole bunch of them have don't the black PVC shower mod and put them on the pop tops. There is always concern but similarly to your backpack, they make strut lift assists that typically get added. Everyone that has had them really seems to enjoy the handy water. I think I will splurge on an awning before I do a shower. But I have to get mine running first...
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Re: Expo and camping tools and toys.

Postby IsuzuGeek » Thu Jul 23, 2015 12:48 pm

squatch wrote:You are now officially a Glamper!

This is going to sound terrible, but I would say, short of my RTT which I have to admit is extremely comfortable and awesome, most of the "Glamping" supplies I have bought were 100% for me to try to get my wife to go camping more often. I have a toilet, privy and now a nice shower. There is, essentially, nothing she can't do while camping now. Alas, it is still camping and I still don't think she enjoys it as much as I do. :/ But, I think these items help her be more comfortable.

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Re: Expo and camping tools and toys.

Postby kevins08 » Mon Feb 01, 2016 7:30 pm

Drawer/Platform system. Some unfinished pictures.

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Re: Expo and camping tools and toys.

Postby squatch » Sat Feb 06, 2016 1:48 am

Looks great!
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Re: Expo and camping tools and toys.

Postby Ru Zu » Sat Feb 06, 2016 12:20 pm

Fish basket full of Brookies, just add fork.

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Re: Expo and camping tools and toys.

Postby squatch » Tue Mar 29, 2016 7:52 pm

I like those. I have something similar but square shaped.
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Re: Expo and camping tools and toys.

Postby hessmess » Sun May 01, 2016 11:10 am

I have been reading this thread since it started. So this week I decided to change my camping style. I sold my F150 and am in the process of selling my 23 foot camper. I bought the same tent cot that squatch has, the oversized one. My camper sat more than it moved and I wanted to get a little higher in the mountains. I usually go by myself anyway. My Trooper is running good and it seemed like the right time to do this. The camping stove squatch has is unique. And no longer made. I found a couple but none have the windscreen and pots and pans in one kit. I have old Coleman stuff and I think I will just use that for now and just take a couple of pans from the camper. Hope to get out about 4 or 5 times this summer. I have a place in mind to start but right now it has about 5 feet of snow. So I may have to start at a lower elevation first. Looking forward to it. I want to build a storage bin in the back of the Trooper also.
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Tent Cots

Postby BigSwede » Sun May 01, 2016 10:36 pm

Regarding tent cots, I picked up this:
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It is made to go on their XXL cots, but I already have a similar cot it will work on. Reviews indicated people liked the tent - except when it rained and the tent tended to shed the water onto the cot, resulting in an unwanted waterbed experience. But Teton Sports came out with this http://store.tetonsports.com/outfitter- ... -rain-fly/ a rainfly that goes down to the ground, also creating a vestibule.

Haven't tried it yet, but I think it will work well.
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Re: Expo and camping tools and toys.

Postby squatch » Sun May 01, 2016 11:53 pm

Hessmess I just got back from 4+ days sleeping in the Tent-cot. Except for the truck camper every once in a while so far. All I use is the tent-cot.

Swede that looks interesting. Let us know how it works out.
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Re: Expo and camping tools and toys.

Postby squatch » Wed May 04, 2016 2:08 pm

I've come to have some opinions on camping chairs. I like mine upright and tall. So far this is my favorite. GCI directors chair. This one has been used so much it shows. Folds flat.
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Just bought an ARB chair from Independant4x and used it for 4 days at URE. Not bad for a bag style chair, Very solid and has locking hard armrests. No problem lifting myself out of the chair with the arms. Not as slouchy as most bag chairs.
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Re: Expo and camping tools and toys.

Postby BigSwede » Wed May 04, 2016 4:45 pm

This is my favorite chair http://www.amazon.com/Kijaro-Folding-Ch ... ized+chair

Sit up high, with a flat seat, with a back high enough for proper slouching or napping. Big and strong enough for me (they have a smaller regular version too). It is a bit long when folded compared to some, but worth it IMO.
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Re: Expo and camping tools and toys.

Postby squatch » Mon May 16, 2016 11:54 am

Another surprise find. I had previously posted a pic of my silly old sleeping bag from Junior high school(I'm pushing 60)! I've been using this and a couple of other cheap summer bags for many years in warm weather.
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Alas the old bag ripped badly not long ago. I figure I got my Mom's money out of it! :lol: I have a couple of nice winter bags. But now I've been keeping my eyes out for a couple of mating cheap summer weight bags for use in both tent cots and the camper. I recently had to scurry back home for a couple of days. I stuck my head in the biggest Wally World I've ever seen while I was out there. Just as I walked in the door they had sleeping bags on sale. Normally $20 marked down to $15 each. What the heck. It wasn't till I got home that I saw this! For $15!!!!! :shock:
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Anyway they are cheap bags and there is nothing technical about them. But they claim to be 40* bags and seem plenty warm for mild weather use.
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Not a bad option for $15!
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Re: Expo and camping tools and toys.

Postby hessmess » Mon May 16, 2016 8:36 pm

Glad you chimed in squatch. I have been looking in to picking up one of the 3.5 pads from REI and in reviewing the comments the thing that I noticed is that they tend to start getting holes in them after a few years. Have you experienced this? Some say to leave it unrolled for long storage, like under your bed. Just wanted to get your take on this.
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Re: Expo and camping tools and toys.

Postby squatch » Tue May 17, 2016 12:40 pm

Few years? I wouldn't sweat it. I have 2 of them that see a lot of use and they are both fine. Especially considering the REI pads are usually cheaper than the fancy options from Thermarest ect. My normal procedure is to set up the Tent-Cot. Put in the REI pad with valves open and put sleeping bag on top. I then give it a while to fill. A couple of hours later I close one of the valves and add a puff or 2 to the other and close(2 valves). When I go to bed I open one valve just a little till the pad softens a little and close valve,

I have occasionally forgotten to close the valves and it still supported me fine. so even if it got punctured it still has value vs a regular air mattress.

Just keep the grit wiped off it and store it away from heat and sunlight.
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Re: Expo and camping tools and toys.

Postby hessmess » Tue May 17, 2016 7:57 pm

I appreciate you answering my questions. I think some of these folks that made comments were not cleaning them off and just rolling them up.
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Re: Expo and camping tools and toys.

Postby squatch » Mon May 23, 2016 6:59 pm

Just picked up another one of these sleeping bags for $15 locally today. That covers both the beds in the camper.
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Re: Expo and camping tools and toys.

Postby squatch » Thu May 26, 2016 8:36 pm

I just ordered a Road Shower. http://roadshower.com/
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Re: Expo and camping tools and toys.

Postby Hack » Thu May 26, 2016 8:58 pm

You said you were going to get one. Going for comfort, I see.
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Re: Expo and camping tools and toys.

Postby squatch » Thu May 26, 2016 9:16 pm

A hot shower on top of a mountain in the middle of a long weekend trip seems kinda nice to me! :D I have a solar shower bag and it works fine but it's small and somewhat fragile. This should be sweet on the camper.


Or I could just say that I bought it for Mama Squatch! :mrgreen:
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Re: Expo and camping tools and toys.

Postby Hack » Thu May 26, 2016 9:30 pm

Women do need their comforts. That said, we like them too, especially as we age.
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Re: Expo and camping tools and toys.

Postby N law » Thu May 26, 2016 10:18 pm

I've seen a lot of Vanagon guys build their own version of that. From what I understand there are a few amenities that the road shower has that the homemade ones don't have. I wouldn't mind getting either one on my Vanagon when it gets up and going.
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