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Monday, June 06, 2005

Alexander City Outlook - Choosing the right RV "Robin's Advenures In Camping Equipment"

By Ben Norman

The last time I went camping, we spent the night in a tent.

The weather was perfect, no threat of rain and the temperature was around 70 degrees during daytime and near 60 degrees at night.

We had perfect weather on this trip, but things don't always work out this way.

I can remember several nights spent in a tent when there seemed to be about as much water falling on the inside as the outside.

RV camper's activities may be hampered by rain or cold, but they make out a lot better than tent campers when things turn nasty.

Hot weather is a lot easier to deal with when RV camping also.

That air conditioner is worth its' weight in gold when the mercury approaches the 100 degree mark and shade is scarce.

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