Setting Up Our Camper



On this trip I was able to take the camper to the campground and set it up early for my wife and kids to get an early start on Spring Break. With no one else around and plenty of time, I decided to video the set up to show the steps that I take, from start to finish.

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11 thoughts on “Setting Up Our Camper

  • August 11, 2020 at 8:29 am
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    Great job. Watching people set up their outdoor rooms at a campground comes a close second to watching people launch and load boats.

    Consider adding a pair of cotton jersey gloves to your kit. As you pack up you can wipe the dirt off items as you store them.

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  • August 11, 2020 at 8:29 am
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    Jeff I replaced my outdoor kitchen faucet with one from lowes they are so much better

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  • August 11, 2020 at 8:29 am
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    Please don't take this as being braggish. W have a 1992 Prevost Royale bus/ class a. It's beautiful and in very good condition. It's 40 feet long. I would trade it for a nice TT like you have. That is pretty and cozy. I never feel like I'm camping in that bus. The way got camp is THE LIFE to me. My husband loves his bus. I feel so sad that I can't camp like that.😢 He said he'd buy me a little pull behind and we'd take it sometimes. I know he wouldn't want to.

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  • August 11, 2020 at 8:29 am
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    You need a vacation after setting all that up , LOL ! . I've been thinking of selling my house and doing that for good and get away from keeping up a house and just traveling . You rig looks like a winner . I'd like for find a good used one . You should really check out the North Georgia Mountains . I was just down there last week visiting my sister . Dawsonzille home of Bill Elliot . Also the kids would get a kick out of this . In Cherry Log Georgia just 30 minutes north of Dawsonville . They have a new Bigfoot museum there and the kids would love that . Even the adults that were there had a blast . If you are not a believer when you go in you will when you come out . Adults are 8 dollars to get in and your kids I think are free . As young as they are . Have fun !

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  • August 11, 2020 at 8:29 am
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    Are you sure that's called camping? That camper is nicer than my house. I'm thinking luxury living in the wilderness, LOL. Awesome camper and the flag was a nice finishing touch.

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  • August 11, 2020 at 8:29 am
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    Do those plugs come with the camper!? Looks cool that they get screwed in

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