Appreciate more comfort on your future journey

Tim Viall's '64 Scotty trailer gets a good view of the Pacific from Kirk Creek Campground.

Many a long time back, when our children were being preteens, we had been car or truck and tent campers. We had a family-dimension tent, could pack it in a midsize car, auto-top a canoe loaded with much more camping goodies, and off we would go.

From the Spokane, Washington, area, into the Rockies to our east, or west to Mt. Rainier and Olympic National Parks. We even packed a 20 x 30‘ sheet of obvious plastic, and PVC pipe, so we could established up for wet climate, which transpired commonly in that portion of the nation.

We also dabbled in backpacking with much lighter equipment for a couple times out in wilder state. A mixture of my spouse’s worries about bears, and a specific absence of comfort and ease, stifled our backpacking fascination. As our young children matured and moved on, we then migrated to a a little bit scaled-down tent, a blow-up, queen dimension air mattress and were being regularly in search of extra ease and comfort that can occur with relocating into center-age.

Karen J. Simmons

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