|An easy park and plenty of space|
"Look at all the room we have!" my wife exclaimed when we first stood inside an Airstream Basecamp, and I absolutely agreed with her. The interior of the Basecamp was huge compared to our RTTC Polar Bear 5 x 10 tiny trailer.
|The cooking space inside the Basecamp is a big change|
In the first article I wrote for this blog--"Why Such a Tiny Trailer?"--I articulated the reasons why my wife and I chose to buy a tiny trailer, tiny even though the RTTC Polar Bear was a "standy," the largest of the company's line. Here's what I wrote:
- We wanted a trailer small enough to fit those campground sites that aren't linked to the sewer system, sites that fit into the natural landscape, rather than bulldozed, "tract home" sites.
- We wanted a trailer we could pull with the vehicle we owned.
- We wanted a small trailer that I could tow and learn how to back more easily.
- We wanted a trailer that put us outside more often, where even with our "safe haven" tiny room, the outdoors campsite was still our main living space.
|Our Nissan Pathfinder pulls both tiny and little trailers|
|Exploring the inside space|
We wanted a trailer that put us outside more often, where even with our "safe haven" tiny room, the outdoors campsite was still our main living space.