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It also has an awesome outdoor kitchen, which is another thing we really wanted. It even has an icemaker. It’s turned out to be a great size for us, but at first it was a little intimidating to tow. We had to trade in our Ram 2500 because it just wasn’t powerful enough for it. The most important thing to us is to get away from our busy lives and spend time with our family. We enjoy traditional camping activities like fishing and hiking, and we also keep an eye out for wineries, breweries, and other fun stuff along the way. We’ve enjoyed staying at campgrounds in Luray and Louisa County and, a favorite: setting up camp on our property next to the Shenandoah River.

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DAWN AND CHAD PARSONS fter tent camping for years, we recently bought a Frost River Cherokee, a 37-foot pull-behind trailer camper. We’ve been talking for years about buying a camper when we’re ready to retire, and have been looking around. But with everything going on with COVID, we decided to go ahead and do it now so we could make the best use of it. We’ve had to be more conservative with finances and for a family, shorter, local trips are more economical. While shopping around, we wanted to make sure we got the layout and space we knew they would need. We chose the Frost River Cherokee because it has four bunks to accommodate the children and grandchildren as well as all of the other conveniences we need, like an indoor toilet, sink, and shower.

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