A dyed in the wool tent camper shares her impressions of pop-up trailer camping in an Austin American-Statesman (statesman.com) article.
I love to snooze in a tent, with nothing between me and the great outdoors but a gently flapping fabric wall.
I don’t care about high-thread-count sheets or air-conditioning. I’d rather snuggle in a down-filled bag under my two-person portable mansion in the woods.
At least most of the time.
So when my sister and her husband, who live in Denver, bought a pop-up camper a few years ago, I was skeptical.
Hard walls and rubber wheels on a camping trip? Next thing you know, they’d be taking a television and satellite dish on their park outings.
Then I experienced my first weekend in the Pierce (that’s their last name) Pop-Up.
Read more in the statesman.com article.