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We have done it a few times with the grand-kids.


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Yes. I WANT to get away but work keeps stepping on my plans, so it's the next best thing.


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I have an acre and 1/4 so it is a fire pit and camping in the driveway with the neighbors!


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If I could store my RV on my property, I'd do it a lot. I have a better TV there than in the house; a better recliner and everything else I need!

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As long as it's legal, why not?

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I can't get the new TT out until next week, but the kids want to sleep in it tonight. I must admit...I do too!

Anyone else ever camp in the driveway?


And everything you have to go back in the house for, put it on a list
so you can be stocked and ready to go when the time comes. Always sleep better in it for some reason.


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Saves on fuel bill.

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Oh yeah all the time, the kids love it... We also use it as a guest bedroom when people visit.





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As a matter of fact, since we're not camping this weekend and I'm off tomorrow, I think I'll tell DH I want to do just that tonight!


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in the driveway or the backyard. has helped me fine tune the stuff to bring much quicker than at a campground. everything is much more accessible. the three dogs love it too, it's like a little cave for them-they settle down and chill.
for your kids-yippee! you want them to like it and spend time there. and they can learn to take care of it, too. cleaning and doing chores in a TT is much more fun than in the house!

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