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    Lamzac Hangout -essential kit for the TW Camper?

    Here is one more thing to lug around but pays big comfort dividends at your destination...especially if you might need a boat too.


    Would you pay ~$70 for an inflatable sofa? Maybe.
    Saw one used as a impromptu canoe and imagined a few backpacking trips where any pac-raft would be a plus.
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    In a pinch, it could be a great inflatable bed. Packs smaller and inflates/deflates faster than a traditional air mat.
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    I like it. For 70 bucks, I should get a couple for the cargo trailer.
    Of course, I learn about this now, just as I'm leaving for North Carolina.
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    ...and you don't really need a skate boarder to fill it, just ten seconds or so.

    I could see it going on snowshoe outings, sit on it for a break, or slide down a hill on it.
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    Nothing new to me. Way back as far as the early sixties I used an inflatable kayak to camp in Germany. I carried it on a bicycle and paddled it around Starnberger See.
    Then at night I left the floor inflated and partially deflated the sides. I lay in it and pulled a poncho over it. The air in the sides provided great insulation and the bottom became an air mattress.
    One of the easiest camps to set up. Kayak was a military model by Metzler and was incredibly tough.
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