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So I don’t know about you, but until I met my husband, I had never gone tent camping. Sure, as teens, we would “tent” camp… but mom and dad were in the same camp site with the fully loaded RV. I swear the only thing that RV didn’t have was a microwave and AC (and that was because my parents refused to have them installed). Well, when you are tent camping you don’t have a 4 burner stove, or hot running water on demand, or sometimes even a comfy bed to sleep on. So, as Honey and I get ready to take the Bee camping, here are some “must haves” from this born and bread RV camper – who is slowly becoming a tent convert.
Kelty Camp Sink (Azul) $23.99 (down from $49.99!)
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- Large-volume basin and drying racks make after-meal clean-up effortless
- Watertight basin can be used as a portable sink or ice chest for beverages
- A zip-top closure provides storage convenience and keeps your dishes organized for your next adventure
- Delrin hoop provides structure and support, yet can collapse flat for storage
- External zip pocket for quick access to your soap and sponges
Portable Folding Hammock $39.97 (down from $100.00!)
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Deluxe Camping Combo LED Lantern and Fan $18.82 (Down from $39.99!)
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- 18 Super Bright LED bulbs, Requires 2 D cell batteries (not included), Up to 37 hours of light from a set of batteries
- Up to 50 hours (low speed) or up to 30 hours (high speed) of fan from a set of batteries
- Up to 16 hours of light and fan (low speed) from a set of batteries
- Hangs as a fan or lamp, Stands as a fan, Weather resistant, Built in handle with hanging hook
- Lightweight and portable, Dimensions: 6.25 x 6.25 x 7.25 inches, Includes retail packaging
Coleman Montana 8 Tent $127.99 (Down from $219.99)
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This tent has a 4.3/5 Star Rating!
Here is one review:
All I can say is “Wow”!
Cheaper than most family tents, but actually keeps the rain out. I’m 30 minutes north of Seattle. Just unpacked and put up the tent this morning as soon as it arrived during an hour no rain break, then it started pooring. Eight hours of rain and it’s still bone dry inside out in my backyard. I can’t believe a 450mm shell/tent can do that.
More than enough room for our whole family, me, wife, 13yr and 1yr old daughters. Two big foam beds and a play pen to boot. I searched reviews all over the net trying to find a decent family tent and hoped the reviews I read about his one were all true, and I am happy to say they are. Coleman rox.
The rain fly that covers the outside of the door is part of the whole rain fly (all one piece), there is actually room for three chairs to stay dry under it (picture misleads that it is smaller). I was just out there smoking a cig thinking, America still has a few great companies left that mean well for their customers.
The floor is not cheap tub tarp, it’s decent. But, I still got two 6 x 8 cheap carpets @ lowes. Lesson learned from years of camping if you want your tent to last.
The front door is pure genius. The zippers are re-inforced and glide like butter. But, if you don’t want to add tons of wear on your zipper (and we all know a tent is useless when the door zipper breaks, unless of course it’s a coleman with this design), just don’t zip it, and let the hinge spring it lightly shut. And the factory well placed velcro hold it shut.
But wait! that’s not all! LOL.. the windows tilt at an angle so no rain gets in while you hang in the rain. I was worried about the roof being open mesh, but unbelieveably, with NO TREATMENT, NO SEAM SEAL, STRAIGHT FROM THE FACTORY !!NO LEAKS!!. Yeah I am repeating myself, I am in awe.