What do you listen to on XMRadio/Sirius while camping?

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  1. NJGuy

    NJGuy Active Member

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    Thank you for asking! We love our favorite sports teams and enjoy following them while camping in the evening. Afterwards, Catholic Channel or Jazz.
     
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    bropaul New Member

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    We listen to NATURE... period! Birds chirping, wind blowing, campfire crackling, waves lapping... NO electronics needed, thank you. That's just the way WE like it. [:D]

    Diane
     
  3. NJGuy

    NJGuy Active Member

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    We do that too!
     
  4. Snow

    Snow Well-Known Member

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    Just in the truck... don't see the need for it in the TT as it already has a radio, and if we can't get any stations then the iPod comes out...
     
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    johnsagraves New Member

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    Rays during baseball season, otherwise we have it disconnected.
     
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    apopkabob New Member

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    If the kids are in the area Sirius hits 1 if they are not in the area Howard Stern

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  7. hvac1877

    hvac1877 Old Dominion Iron Chefs Highland Springs, Va

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    mostly the wife listen to the comendy channels to sleep in the camper. its kept very low can barely hear it outside the camper otherwise we dont listen to it at the campground.
     
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    in my truck its howard sterna(DW is a fan and DS is older) or Liquid Metal,
     
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    Starcraft Away New Member

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    Lithium, Jam here add and a crackling fire and a cold beverage thats the epitome of camping for me.

    [PU] [CP]
     
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    When camping, I don't listen to any radio or watch Tv. I stay somewhat lo-tech when camping and just enjoy the outdoors most of the day. Sometimes, when the weather's bad in the evenings, I'll break out the laptop and watch a movie, but that's about it. Watching the campfire and socializing with friends is the usual evenings entertainment.
     
  11. BigBaron

    BigBaron Dreaming of Tommy's chili cheeseburgers...

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    We do internet radio on my wife's phone because there is no other option in Korea.
    Sky.FM or Jazz Radio. Sky is great because it has every kind of music you can think of. Ambiance is the goal...
    Rock and country is on MY phone as I'm the only one who enjoys blowing my eardrums out every now and then! (I have 48GB of memory)
     
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    Classic Vinyl

    If the Buckeyes are playing, they are on.
     
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    When we out in the middle of December we had some Christmas music on. Sirius has a large variety of Christmas channels to choose from. That was our first camping trip, so I will see what we listen to next weekend at Manatee Springs ! [:D]
     
  14. Unstable_Tripod

    Unstable_Tripod Well, there's your problem!

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    I have Sirius in the RAM and listen to jazz, classic rock and classical while driving. I also have a library of CDs (yeah -- old style, no mp3) to play in the truck. I dislike talk radio.

    I almost never listen to any electronic sources while actually camping. I prefer the sounds of nature. The TrailManor does have a built-in AM/FM/CD but I only used it once when I was pretty much trapped inside for three days during a tremendous wind storm in the Anza-Borrego desert last year.
     
  15. fmbhappycamper

    fmbhappycamper PuP Power

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    Camping is my time to unplug and I look forward to it [8D]
     
  16. benfrench

    benfrench Woodbridge, VA

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    Either the Highway or Lithium
     
  17. silvermickey2002

    silvermickey2002 Morris County, NJ

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    We don't have a portable XM radio, but we do have satellite radio in the Explorer. We listen to either channel 2 (Pop), 8 (80's), 58 (Prime Country) or 59 (The Highway).
     
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    Idahawk " Esta Perpetua "

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    I got one of those Jawbone Jam box's wireless bluetooth speakers , just pair with your phone and play itunes or ???
     
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    Willie's Roadhouse
     
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    Underground garage and hair metal mostly.

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