Hello from Indiana

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Hello from Indiana

Postby Fireman1317 » Mon Jan 08, 2018 9:48 pm

Hi there. I recently have got bitten by the Teardrop bug after checking out a few tiny campers at the Indy RV show this past weekend. My family and I already "glamp" with our 40ft 5th wheel, but I'm looking for something a little more low key for weekend trips to state and national parks. Really just for the wife and I. There is something so appealing and refreshing about minimalist camping (I guess that's relative) and being more connected to the outdoors. I appreciate being able to join the forum and look forward to learning a lot more as I start to plan out our build. :D
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Re: Hello from Indiana

Postby tony.latham » Mon Jan 08, 2018 11:12 pm

Fireman1317 wrote:Hi there. I recently have got bitten by the Teardrop bug after checking out a few tiny campers at the Indy RV show this past weekend. My family and I already "glamp" with our 40ft 5th wheel, but I'm looking for something a little more low key for weekend trips to state and national parks. Really just for the wife and I. There is something so appealing and refreshing about minimalist camping (I guess that's relative) and being more connected to the outdoors. I appreciate being able to join the forum and look forward to learning a lot more as I start to plan out our build. :D


I concur.

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Re: Hello from Indiana

Postby G2tP » Tue Jan 09, 2018 2:14 am

tony.latham wrote:
Fireman1317 wrote:Hi there. I recently have got bitten by the Teardrop bug after checking out a few tiny campers at the Indy RV show this past weekend. My family and I already "glamp" with our 40ft 5th wheel, but I'm looking for something a little more low key for weekend trips to state and national parks. Really just for the wife and I. There is something so appealing and refreshing about minimalist camping (I guess that's relative) and being more connected to the outdoors. I appreciate being able to join the forum and look forward to learning a lot more as I start to plan out our build. :D


I concur.

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Re: Hello from Indiana

Postby la_gitane » Tue Jan 09, 2018 6:29 pm

tony.latham wrote:
Fireman1317 wrote:Hi there. I recently have got bitten by the Teardrop bug after checking out a few tiny campers at the Indy RV show this past weekend. My family and I already "glamp" with our 40ft 5th wheel, but I'm looking for something a little more low key for weekend trips to state and national parks. Really just for the wife and I. There is something so appealing and refreshing about minimalist camping (I guess that's relative) and being more connected to the outdoors. I appreciate being able to join the forum and look forward to learning a lot more as I start to plan out our build. :D


I concur.

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Re: Hello from Indiana

Postby kokomoto » Wed Jan 10, 2018 9:59 am

Fireman1317 wrote:Hi there. I recently have got bitten by the Teardrop bug after checking out a few tiny campers at the Indy RV show this past weekend. My family and I already "glamp" with our 40ft 5th wheel, but I'm looking for something a little more low key for weekend trips to state and national parks. Really just for the wife and I. There is something so appealing and refreshing about minimalist camping (I guess that's relative) and being more connected to the outdoors. I appreciate being able to join the forum and look forward to learning a lot more as I start to plan out our build. :D


Looking forward to seeing how your upgrade proceeds. You've certainly started in the right place. Don't hesitate to seek advice here. There's plenty to be had :beer:
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Re: Hello from Indiana

Postby IndyTom » Wed Jan 10, 2018 10:41 am

Welcome from a fellow hoosier. What part of the state do you call home? I am just north of Indy in Carmel.

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