Tear time the slower pace of camping.

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Tear time the slower pace of camping.

Postby slowcowboy » Sat Oct 14, 2017 10:00 am

Mawin!..folks old slowcowboy here laying around pavillion Wyoming on a snowy October Saturday taking it easy....
..the subject is tear time ....the attude or the life stlye pace of us teardropers on theses crazy Rv crazy coffins on wheels....i like to set up every summer a slower paced no frills relaxing lay around the pine trees ..teardrop gathering in Wyoming....and it moves on tear time as we hold no events and sip on something cool and lay back in the shade of the pine trees in 60 degrees summer heat for 3 days as we do nothing......lets discuss what we call year time....that lazy lay around the camp thing outside the camper us teardrop people do..combimn3d with out 55 mph speed and our side trips as we can parrell park our two rigs and teardrop camper trailers still hitched up down town...
This is the discussion thread for newbies on how teardrop folks are laid back movi g on Indian time....slow

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Re: Tear time the slower pace of camping.

Postby j.hensley » Sat Oct 14, 2017 8:42 pm

Love it. Being only 30yrs, I think I’m an old soul because I absolutely love this kind of relaxin’. Cheers to tear time.
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Re: Tear time the slower pace of camping.

Postby crttaz » Sun Oct 15, 2017 11:45 pm

50, semi-retired, don't have a TT yet, not sure what I will buy as a tow vehicle yet, but enjoy the slow lane style.

My TV will allow me to sleep flat in the back as well as have something like a MyPod to tow when needed.

One thing though, I'm a cold weather person, so AC will be a MUST when it gets above 70 degrees.
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