I went out on my first long distance trip to Destin, FL. It was so fun. The camper pulled great with all the camping stuff in it. My friend and I camped at a military recreation facility. My 6 Wide with ramp was a great hit. I loved having the extra ramp space to put things and keep them off the ground. We had so many people come by and check out the Little Guy.
I felt like I was a celebrity. The old timers shared stories of their own experienced with tear drop type campers. We were the smallest camper, but we had all the necessities in a small package. We were next to huge bus and pop up tent campers. Everyone thought the extended ramp for ATV’s or toys was a great idea. I am in love with the AC, and the king bed is definitely big enough to sleep 3 if you are friends. The AC, definitely kept out the Florida heat and humidity.
A storm rolled through and we were dry and warm. I haven’t had a chance to try out the stove and sink, but am going out again this weekend to put them to the test. It was great I had the trailer wired for electric. All my other electric appliances meant I haven’t had to use the propane stove yet.
I want to share a funny story about the propane stove. I bought a small specialized tank to fit in the tongue box. My friend and I attached everything and were trying to start the stove. Two ladies and a grill, how funny is that. We played for 5 minutes hooking, rehooking, and trying to light the stove before I asked a neighbor guy to help. He promptly picks up the propane tank and said, well no wonder it doesn’t work, the tank is empty. We had a good laugh and figured out that the camping store sells empty tanks. Go figure! This camper is perfect for a single person or family to camp. I feel safe being able to lock the doors, and have all the necessities with none of the issues with tent set up. I rolled in, and was set up in no time. Thank you for being there for all my questions. I look forward to future camping adventures.