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Planning a trip? Dreaming of travel? Perhaps some of our adventures could inspire yours! Over the last several years we’ve had the distinct pleasure of many cross country journeys traveling though the Lower 48 in tents and our various teardrop campers as well as an amazing Alaska adventure that did not involve a camper. To learn more about our day to day adventures, recent blog posts are below. To learn more about Steve & Karen, click on the About Us link. All Things T@B is about using and caring for T@B trailers. Every other link is about travel adventures. Enjoy exploring, and leave us comments! We love hearing from you. And if you’d like to follow us, Subscribe by signing up at the bottom of this page.

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  1. Mary Boomgarden

    Hi,
    It was nice talking to you two at the museum this past Saturday.

    Mary

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  2. Beverly Kilpatrick

    Steve and Karen,
    I searched for your card when Nucamp refused email questions until January 2022. They are evidently swamped. We need advice!

    Last April, we took our 2018 TAB 400 to Nucamp to have it converted to a four season camper. We have not used the system we had installed and did not receive any written information on best use practices. We are headed to NC for a family event with freezing weather on the way.

    Do you have any advice? I usually open the fantastic fan cover at night for ventilation. How do you handle ventilation? Do we need to manually turn the system off and on? Austin implied that it should kick on, but he recommended pushing the button.:)

    Any advice is welcome! By the way, we met at the RV park in Sugarcreek. We are the ones who flooded our trailer that week. :))

    Thanks again! Hope you are both well and on the road!!!
    Beverly and Don Kilpatrick
    [email protected]

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  3. Lynn

    Are you two ok? Haven’t seen a post for awhile. Hope all is well. Are you getting ready for your summer travels? I bet spring in NC is beautiful. One of these years we will make it up there to view the gorgeous blooms.
    Take care,
    Lynn & Art.

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    • Beverly Kilpatrick

      It’s been a tough year. Don’s mother had a heart attack the first week in June and passed away October 18th in south Alabama. My mother got sick in November in NC and passed away January 20th. The teardrop was a godsend for staying close when needed. We are having it serviced in May and plan to head to Wyoming at the end of August. It looks like you guys have had a good year!

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  4. Jason/Rhonda

    Nice meeting you at the Bloomington handmade show. Enjoy your purchase from Sky and Earth Studio! Safe travels!!!

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  5. Jen

    Can’t wait to catch up and watch the rest of your adventures unfold! Thank you for the genuine and awesome conversation this afternoon! We’re very happy to have you at John McGee State Farm and even happier to have you apart of our community here in Medina! Go Bees

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  6. Diana

    Just wanted to say hello and let you know we are on your site checking it out. We met at Country Aire Campground last week. Lots of valuable information here. Safe travels.

    Roy and Diana

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