Small trailer and what to pull it with?

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Marcski
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Marcski
I don't know why, but ever since I first saw this thread I keep coming upon relevant articles like this one:

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/ski/articles/ski-campervan-stealthy-marmot-chris-benchetler/

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Brownski
Keep em coming. This stuff is great. Van-life is big right now. When I did it, we were called dirtbags. I think my mother just thought I was homeless

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Marcski
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campgottagopee
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Brownski wrote
Keep em coming. This stuff is great. Van-life is big right now. When I did it, we were called dirtbags. I think my mother just thought I was homeless


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Brownski
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Good stuff Marc. Those things look nice but if I'm in for 100k I want a toilet.

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Marcski
Brownski wrote
Good stuff Marc. Those things look nice but if I'm in for 100k I want a toilet.
Yeah, I don't think there are any homeless dirtbags living in those!  

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IDK, trailer vs camper, with a camper/van etc. when staying in it every time you want to take a short jaunt to the store, a restaurant and such, you have to unhook the utilities, leveling blocking, put the awning up, stow chairs,,,, then re-set up on return. Plus when your not using it to stay in, it sits in your yard. With a trailer the tow vehicle can be driven around as daily driver 365 day a year.

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Brownski
Snowballs wrote
IDK, trailer vs camper, with a camper/van etc. when staying in it every time you want to take a short jaunt to the store, a restaurant and such, you have to unhook the utilities, leveling blocking, put the awning up, stow chairs,,,, then re-set up on return. Plus when your not using it to stay in, it sits in your yard. With a trailer the tow vehicle can be driven around as daily driver 365 day a year.
I think you put your finger on the best argument for a trailer.

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