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its only been 2 days since i winterized camper because campground is blowing out water lines for the season and i am already wondering what im going to do for the weekend. anyone else having camper withdrawals? eekcry

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Just put our 5th wheel in storage for the winter and I am thinking I could use a trip or 2 more, especially now that gas is getting closer to reasonable.

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How bout a porta potty a 5 gal waste bucket and some potable water? I'm leaving on the 29th to camp and deer hunt around Wadena area.Camper Cabover popup has a heater and the buddy heater will come with for COLD weather just in case.

I gotta go cause I saw soooo many deer a couple weeks ago in only 4-5 hrs.intensive harvest area and some freezer fillins! Last minute decision before firearms season opens.Last time I was the only archery hunter I seen and a few bird hunters also wondered why there wernt more bow guys with so many deer seen.

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hey sparcebag, good luck on your deer hunt excursion. if ya get to many let me know, igotta feed a poor srarving family also. smilewhistle we really dont need to do the potable water thing we just move up to the house at the campground.

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While I am sad the camper is put away for the winter, that only means that ice fishing is that much closer smile

we have lots of fun as a family with the camper, but I'm ready to put it away when its time too.

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i am already wondering what im going to do for the weekend. anyone else having camper withdrawals?
Invite some buds fishing on local lake, build a campfire when you get home, sit and drink beer while talking smart. If you do this once a week, it will wean you off the normal summer routine by the time a fire no longer keeps you warm. (Thats when icefishing begins) grin

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We haven't camped for a month and a half, and I am already looking forward to Memorial Day.

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Take a 6 and a radio out and listen to a ballgame in the camper. I like to keep a spare beverage in the trailer, you know, the kind that no one counts you having, but that's over since the fridge was cleaned.

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weather permiting we still do sit by the camper and have a fire with a refreshment or two and listen to tunes.

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I don't have a camper yet, but the wife and I plan on shopping campers this winter. I'm a tent camper so my season is done for a little bit. I still on planning on doing a trip or two for winter camping. I really want to try a BWCA winter trip. We will see about that one though.

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powerstroke, we use to tent it also. once you have somr of the conveniences of a camper the tent will go in the back of the closet. go check out the RV show this winter in the cities you can get afeel for whats available.

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powerstroke, we use to tent it also. once you have somr of the conveniences of a camper the tent will go in the back of the closet. go check out the RV show this winter in the cities you can get afeel for whats available.

I agree, I used to tent camp, and after we got our pop-up this past spring, I will never sleep on the ground again. Pop-ups on HSOforum I can't mention can be found fairly cheap this time of year.

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