Take a Tour of the Death Star

It’s called the Death Star because it’s too big to be a moon.

We bought our popup camper, or pup, as they say in the business, in 2006 to accommodate our five children on a road trip much like the one we’re preparing for now. This is a Fleetwood Utah model…I know! It’s so us! It sleeps eight, has a full length awning, and a cargo box on the tongue.

This is the “courtesy” side.

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Here is the sofa, just inside and to the left, also the rear bunk, and the slide-out dinette area on the right.

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The tilt-up galley, with a three-burner propane stove, small sink, and small refrigerator.

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The forward bunk and console just inside to the right of the door.

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The “utility” side, with outdoor shower, onboard water storage, water and grey water hookups, fridge controls, water heater, and electrical (30 amp).

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One Response to Take a Tour of the Death Star

  1. Jeannie says:

    Looks a lot bigger this way than when we are all inside during a rainstorm at Cub Camp. Just sayin’.

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