It’s OUR T@B Clamshell!

2013 New England, Road Trip

Finally at long last, it’s ours! Early this afternoon we arrived at Country Camping Corner Kings Mountain NC to take delivery of our custom T@B Clamshell camper. We’ve been dreaming of and planning for this camper for a year. We loved our little Silver Shadow teardrop camper but wanted just a tiny bit more room inside – a little bit of floor, a bit more headroom, a place inside for the porta pottie. And yes, the option of air conditioning on hot summer nights as well as a refrigerator – or freedom from messy bags of ice. Last summer we started actively looking at options such as the Casita or an R-Pod. Then we saw a T@B and fell in love. We almost got one in Manchester TN but then we learned that Little Guy was poised to reintroduce the Clamshell model in the Fall. The Clamshell has the kitchen in the back like our Silver Shadow did. Oh, yes! We went by Little Guy headquarters in September and even visited the Pleasant Valley factory. Knowing the quality of our Silver Shadow we were pleased to think the same Amish craftsmen would make our new T@B. We ordered it in April and expected it by early June. But there were delays. An increase in orders, shipping delays, and more. And even this week there were delays. We thought we’d get it on Tuesday, then on Thursday. Finally we got it today. It’s OUR T@B Clamshell! And we’re ready to go camping!



1 Comment

  1. Debi and Peter

    Yeah!!! So glad you finally got your camper. May you create many enjoyable memories as you motor on down the road!


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