Wasn’t thinking I’d need to be so specific, but I use duck tape folded over to make it double sided and I stick it to the sunroof/glass. Then later I use rubbing alcohol 70% to remove the duck tape residue from the glass.
Reason I clicked on this topic was the birds seem to be crazy this...
To be honest packing and unpacking was my top reason for a trailer, makes camping easier and less stressful knowing everything is one place. Cons it’s more difficult to take a trailer on difficult trails, Pro setting up “base camp” and going out exploring in the Jeep.
What’s your 2020 Camping Plans?
Winter here and wishing it was Camping Season... picked up our first new Jeep and looking forward to hooking up the trailer!
Greenbrier River WV and Red River Gorge KY
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I’m too a sucker for gadgets especially electronic and cooking. It’s just last few years everyone is overloading their vehicles, keep it simple.
I can go super light but also built a expo/camping trailer for the cool factor of glamping. The one thing I’ve gravitated to is setting up camp then...
Overlanding has become Overloading, I like the minimalist approach but we also have a expo trailer for the JLU glamming
I’ve found pack low, try a high clearance hitch carrier instead of a roof rack, if there’s only two try the air mattress made for the rear of a JLU, Plano Totes are American...