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Bigmac

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BLM land in AZ a week later
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wasnt around the camper enough to get any pictures of it with the jeep in Moab šŸ˜†
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Camp Damitswet, Hiawatha National Forest in da UP. June 2017.
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Unfortunately, we havenā€™t been able to use the pop up since.
 
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Sweet trailer!
Thanks Sleestack. I've made a few mods since those pics. I've added Jeep Ecco graphite wheels with larger A/T tires and flat fenders. I've also made some electrical mods and am currently working on a solar system and an on demand hot water heater. Should be ready to go in the spring!
 

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Tons of inspiration in this thread. Figured I'd share some of my favorites. At least the ones I have photos of.

Starting off with a campsite I stayed at in Land Between the Lakes in KY. I was out on a painting excursion, as is my thing. My cousin just so happened to be out sailing and pulled in and anchored overnight in that bay. We shared some beers by the fire and enjoyed the view.

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My cousin's sailboat figures into a lot of my adventures. We sailed from St, Clair Shores, MI. to Chicago several years ago by way of Lake St. Clair, Lake Huron, and Lake Michigan. A miserable experience from memory...cold and wet, but we had a few moments of joy at anchor a couple of times.

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Another good camping trip was with my son on another of my painting excursions out west. Camped in Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, and Idaho. Would love to get back out there, for sure.

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Sad to say that my most recent, serious camping trip, was in 2018 when I made a solo jaunt out to Terlingua, TX, and Big Bend National Park to, once again, do some painting.

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Tons of inspiration in this thread. Figured I'd share some of my favorites. At least the ones I have photos of.

Starting off with a campsite I stayed at in Land Between the Lakes in KY. I was out on a painting excursion, as is my thing. My cousin just so happened to be out sailing and pulled in and anchored overnight in that bay. We shared some beers by the fire and enjoyed the view.

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My cousin's sailboat figures into a lot of my adventures. We sailed from St, Clair Shores, MI. to Chicago several years ago by way of Lake St. Clair, Lake Huron, and Lake Michigan. A miserable experience from memory...cold and wet, but we had a few moments of joy at anchor a couple of times.

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Another good camping trip was with my son on another of my painting excursions out west. Camped in Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, and Idaho. Would love to get back out there, for sure.

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Sad to say that my most recent, serious camping trip, was in 2018 when I made a solo jaunt out to Terlingua, TX, and Big Bend National Park to, once again, do some painting.

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Now that's an old time Coleman Camp Stove
 

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Belonged to my dad. I've been tempted to restore it, but kinda like the scorched paint from an apparent burner mishap somewhere in it's past. :)
Looks like a 413g maybe? If you ever need parts hop over to oldcolemenparts.com, if you need help keeping it running colemancollectorsforum.com.
 

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Looks like a 413g maybe? If you ever need parts hop over to oldcolemenparts.com, if you need help keeping it running colemancollectorsforum.com.
They are outstanding. There prices are so low I have encouraged them to raise there prices, they are in tiled to it.
 

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Went to West Virginia and did some camping alone. Slept in a hammock with a sleeping bag because there was no rain. Found some cool trails in the George Washington Forest. Boyyyy does she struggle going up hill on the mountain highways.
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Are you heating up left over pizza??? HAHA where did you shoot that :)
 

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Yea we and the Rocky Mtn guys will sometimes go one deeper on our gearsets haha. Especially if you're loaded up and/or pulling a trailer. We don't have it as bad as they do though.

Having bicycle toured through the Appalachians and the Rockies I can tell you first hand that the Appalachians are worse. Admittedly, the grades are shorter but they are steeper. The worst torture was the Ozarks. Up, down, up, down, rinse and repeat.