Friday, 6 September 2013

Rightline Gear SUV Tent



Rightline Gear SUV Tents


This morning while we had breakfast four couples came up and asked us about our van tent set up.  They were traveling in large trailers and wondered if this would be a more economical way to travel.  Paul and I believe that it is and so we have decided that today’s blog will highlight our Rightline SUV Tent.


Here is what we look like set up with the van.










 

Here is our inside eating area and where in the evening I write the blog.












From my chair at the table here is the depth of the tent.  As you can see it is in two sections the one that attaches to the Van has a tub floor that water cannot penetrate.  The furthest section has no floor.  The two section can be closed off from each other with a zippered room divider.





 




So here we go.  We have placed the lawn chairs in the van as we are going on a picnic to the Table Rock Dam.  Paul is unhooking the straps that connect the Van to the inside of the tent.










The Van door is closed and the final straps unhooked. 












 

The Van is now free of the inside of the tent and still connected outside skirt.
















The  Van is now connected by four straps two on the side and two on the roof.















Free of the tent Paul pulls the Van away.  Less than 10 minutes start to finish.








Now we zipper the wall of the tent where the Van was creating a fully self contained tent.












And we are ready for a day of driving.













We are enjoying our Rightline SUV tent every much.  If you can remember back to an earlier blog we tested the tent and van on our Granddaughters Emily and Ruth.  We look forward to many camping trips with them.
Grandma Snyder







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