For this TAXA Ambassador and his two little ones, it is all about the freedom to roam.


“I can sum up why we personal a TAXA in a single word: Freedom. With a complete tank of water and a small sun for the solar panels we can camp anyplace we want at any time and nonetheless preserve some creature comforts. There is a large distinction involving climbing out of your tent versus out of your camper. That is freedom for me and my boys (now eight and 10).”

“Our treks are all about time devoted to connecting with my boys and nature, and disconnection from day-to-day life and electronics, sharing the joys of travel and adventure with my little ones. Confident, the shower is good. The design and style is gorgeous. I like how it gets other campers chirping and coming to say hi and wanting to verify out that “really cool camper ya got there.” And, I do not want a truck to tow it. My Outback is lots. We can brush our teeth, wash our dishes and hide out comfortably by way of nasty climate (we’ve been by way of the southern summer time heat, intense thunderstorms and hail, a couple of solidly freezing nights). But it is much less about the attributes (which are albeit good) and far more about the feeling of becoming in a position to share the open road, my like of the higher outdoors and introduce/expertise other components/persons of the nation with my little ones. My Cricket is aspect of my Peter Pan soul that craves adventure and I’m grateful to pass that spirit along to my little ones.”

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