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Old 03-19-2009, 11:18 AM   #57
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Nice to hear more buzz about the GreenRV movement. Basecamps=Less is more!
Could I suggest that each owner tell us the serial number and what you like about this gem!
We already are a club, we just haven't finalized it!
Let's make some memories, let's tell our stories!

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Old 03-21-2009, 07:48 AM   #58
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Owners Club??

We are interested in a BC owners club to share experiences. There seems to be just a few of us sharing experiences, but there again, there's not that many BC's on the road. What we like...
  • light weight, even loaded with a motrocycle...easy to pull with a 6cyl SUV
  • No worrys re maint on plumbing, etc. We stay at sites with facilities and there's plenty of them.
  • the modular concept, folding seats/bed, storage nets galley cabinets.
  • the tent extension is really a plus. Easy to set up in about 10 minutes, and we use the area for dining/storage etc.
  • It's been easy to improvise small improvements to our liking.
  • It really draws a crowd...nice way to meet folks.
We're heading back out in a couple of weeks for the 1st time this year. Will share more "experiences" later
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Old 04-04-2009, 12:40 AM   #59
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Hi Dusty,

Our reasons for buying the Basecamp are very much like yours. We love camping and often take our toys with us (pedal kayak and/or electric mountain bikes). Now with the Basecamp, we can also take our two Yamaha Serow trail bikes and explore even more of the wilderness. Demographically speaking, weíre newly retired (early 60ís and late 50ís) and live on Vancouver Island.

We will be posting more Basecamp pics and adventure stories in the months and years ahead. Judy and I look forward to reading Basecamp tips and adventures from the rest of you!

Regards to all,
Dennett Netterville
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Old 04-04-2009, 12:46 AM   #60
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Friday, I see from your March 18th post that you have not yet picked up your new ’07 BaseCamp in Vegas. Is there still time to cancel your order for the Kelty tent? The SUV Sportz tent (about CA$350) that fits our VW Eurovan Camper is a well-made and less expensive option for the BaseCamp.

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Old 04-04-2009, 02:21 AM   #61
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Friday, I see from your March 18th post that you have not yet picked up your new í07 BaseCamp in Vegas. Is there still time to cancel your order for the Kelty tent? The SUV Sportz tent (about CA$350) that fits our VW Eurovan Camper is a well-made and less expensive option for the BaseCamp.

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I actually called the Canadian distributor, and they were willing to send one for free to see if it worked. In the end, I figured the extra we saved on the trailer would count towards getting the tent, and got the Kelty tent from the dealer. I think I'll order some type of tarp as well for use in poor weather.

Hopefully it isn't a complete disappointment... I'm sure the trailer will make up for it.
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Old 08-30-2010, 10:55 AM   #62
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I bought a BaseCamp two years ago and love it. Hauls my Harley, Kayak and other stuff for a great weekend. With the full tent on the back there is lot of room.

I am selling now to get a motorhome to go full time.
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