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Has anyone done simple things while camping? Then say that works pretty well. My wife and I were camping in Port Canaveral the weather turned bad, rain and wind. So morning coffee was inside. While watching the news at the dinette,  I took the wrong side so I couldn’t see the TV. So I opened the bathroom door about an inch. I got a perfect view of the Tv in the mirror  It worked good, we both were able to watch the morning news. Except for any captions, they were backwards. The little things that make it fun.

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I must admit, I am slowly, but surely opening up to the simple things in life - and camping.  Great post .


Cindy,  Russell and  "Harley dog" . Home is our little farm near Winchester TN

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1 hour ago, Landrover said:

Has anyone done simple things while camping? Then say that works pretty well. My wife and I were camping in Port Canaveral the weather turned bad, rain and wind. So morning coffee was inside. While watching the news at the dinette,  I took the wrong side so I couldn’t see the TV. So I opened the bathroom door about an inch. I got a perfect view of the Tv in the mirror  It worked good, we both were able to watch the morning news. Except for any captions, they were backwards. The little things that make it fun.

Yes, we do this all the time!


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Great idea for a simple fix.

We have a wide definition of simple, just as wide as opinion range of  our owner population. 

We run on solar at home, and in the camper. High tech, to enable low tech. Quiet. Listen to the cicadas and the breeze.

It's a bit of wierd dichotomy, perhaps,  but we love it. Silent power. Time in the woods. Restorative. 

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