Monday, December 8, 2014

Giveaway: Teardrop Holiday Cleanup [CLOSED]

I've been cleaning up my office and I have a copy of the book Teardrops & Tiny Trailers by Douglas Keister and a DVD from Mark Janke named Historic Camping & Teardrop Trailers. I reviewed the DVD earlier this year and would like to pass the information on to one lucky reader.
 

To win this set of teardrop trailer goodies, please leave a comment below on what information or posts you would like to see on this blog. The giveaway is open until December 19 at 9:00 a.m. PST. I'll randomly pick a winner from the list of comments using Random Result and will send the package out (hopefully) in time for the holiday.

Thank you for all your comments and ideas this year and have a great holiday (and camping) season!


15 comments:

  1. I love your blog and reading about how problems are solved when camping with such a small area to live in - bathroom, shower, bad weather, meals, etc. I also love reading about other teardroppers.

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  2. Love to see read and see pictures of all of your adventures. Where you are, who you met, what you did, cooked etc...

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  3. As a fellow teardrop trailer owner (Google Go-Camp), I love reading about all the teardrop variants you come across in your travels. It seems there are more in the west than the east where I am. I very seldom see one on the road, making mine a real curiosity whenever I stop. Cheers!

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  4. I enjoy the same as Pam G said earlier. I like the confirmation of something I am doing or learning a better way than I currently use for camping tasks.

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  5. Love the blog! It's great that you highlight other teardrop campers. I would love to see some building tips every now and then. Wiring tips, how to find materials like aluminum sheets etc. Keep up the good work.

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  6. Enjoy reading your blog. Like hearing about storage and camping places.

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  7. You blog was the thing that first introduced me to tear-dropping. I lover to hear about your tear-dropping travels and the fellow tear-droppers you met. I would like to hear more about the gear that can be used tear dropping.

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  8. I enjoy reading all the little tips/tricks/enhancements others have done to their campers.

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  9. I would like to read about problems encountered while out on the road and how they were solved. I look forward to checking in with this blog once or twice a week, giving me lots of ideas for a future build.

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  10. I enjoy the Friday pictures as well as descriptions of life in a tiny camper.

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  11. Love to read about the different storage and layout possibilities of a teardrop. With a growing family, our boys will need room for longer legs and I feel we pack as minimally as possible for a family of 4, using backpacking equipment and a top box. We don't want to have to change our car (compact SUV) and the idea of an easy 5 min set up would be music to this Mama's ears! And my birthday is the closing day.(=

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  12. I love your blog! While shopping for a teardrop, your posts about different features gave us many things to consider. Now that we own a teardrop, we are hooked. Up until now, we have made trips that were 2-3 days at a time. We are planning a 6 week trip, and would love to see articles about packing and managing clothes and food for longer-term adventure. Also, getting more creative with menus would be great! Thanks so much.

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  13. Thank you to everyone for your comments. I have a load of new blog post ideas now. :-) Happy Holidays!

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