Can't find any of our pics from camping as a kid but Dad lugged a 1970 something 28 ft coachman all over pretty much the eastern half of the US with a 77 ford club wagon, a family of 6 and no wdh. Gee, wonder why he hated towing that thing?
I still remember some of the campgrounds we stayed at, one in VA had a zip line into a lake that I was too small to use. I remember staying at a yogi bear campground somewhere in the south as a kid ?yogi in the smokies? We had so much fun with that TT. Dad had it because hotels were too expensive with a family that big. of course, he used to save money by getting 1 room at the hotels and so being the littlest, they always set me up with a sleeping bag in the hotel closet. At least in the coachman I had a bed. It was a neat little quad bunk. You walk in the door at the front to a foldout sofa across the front, stove and small table on drivers side. fridge and small cabinet w/ TV on top on the passenger side. The middle of the TT had bunk beds on both sides with an aisle down the middle. The bathroom was at the back. No slide. It was tight but we were rarely inside it. We woke up, ate breakfast and mom sent us off to play. Came back for lunch and then off to play until dinner. campfire and then bed. He sold the TT around 1983 or 1984. It was infested w/ carpenter ants. A carpenter bought it with plans of gutting it and rebuilding it. I miss those days but they inspired me to do this with my family.
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