Camping with Arthritis - A Teardrop in my future?

Discussion in 'Camping for the Medically/Physically Challenged' started by socharming, Jan 25, 2010.

  1. snoopytrooper

    snoopytrooper New Member

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    Their is no way i could go if I had to camp on the ground . At one time I could but now I have the big O word (OLD LOL) . If that ground hog comes out and says 6 more week im going to go hunt down the GH .
     
  2. bearnbrie

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    I'm with snoopytrooper, lets go and hunt down that ground hog [}:)]
    Come to think of it, I wonder if you could do a GH in the DO. [:)O]
     
  3. Nascar Fan

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    OMG! Don't let the PETA freaks find out. Let's go get the rodent and see how he likes it without his nice heated home. I will bungee him to the front of my van and drive into a snow storm an see how he likes it. Go Phil GO [:O]
     
  4. LynnAllen02

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    I agree a teardrop has possiblities for those with arthritis. My DH says though that he thinks it would be harder to crawl into one for sleep or more than likely OUT of one all stiff in the morning!

    They intrigue me for one night stays/travel!

    Lynn
     
  5. frankvanw1

    frankvanw1 London, Ontario, Canada

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    Snoopytrooper,
    how about WiartonWillie in Ontario?
    Happy camping all.
     

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