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Remote Comfort Camping in the Backcountry

Remote Comfort Camping in the Backcountry

Article by OutdoorX4:

From the early-70’s until the latter portion of the 1980’s, my off-roading included an assortment of used and scruffy vehicles, some 4WD and some not (like my VW dune buggy). My total kit included an ice chest, some food, a bag of clothes (including dirty laundry at the beginning of a trip), scuba gear, water containers, some extra fuel, plus my hiking tent with my trusty Coleman lantern and stove. I was young and on a very tight budget. Hey… it was Baja. Remote camping comfort wasn’t really a major consideration. Camping and diving at Bahia de Los Angeles, Escondido Bay, La Paz, and Cabo Pulmo was everything – even before some of Highway 1 down Baja was completed. Read the full article

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At this moment we feel both fortunate and challenged. Fortunate that all of our employees have been retained and have remained on the payroll. Fortunate that our staff is healthy. Fortunate that we have a historically high number of orders.

 

However, challenged that we want to quickly provide campers to customers to fulfill their trips and adventures. The good news is that during the factory downtime we have been preparing to produce the maximum number of campers possible.

 

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