Inspired by the travel trailers before it, today’s streamlined Teardrop Camper is big enough to cook in and sleep two, but light enough to tow. Camp-Inn Travel Trailers of Wisconsin, whose high-end models ($12,000-$14,000) give a nod to nostalgia while watching fuel efficiency, reports that sales have grown 400-500% in each of the last two years. With stainless steel countertops, a sink with an eight-gallon water tank, a two-burner stove, and a queen-sized bed, “roughing it” has never been so smooth.
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Hotels too impersonal? Take your home with you!from Reader's Digest Magazine | May 2006