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Message posted by pingvin08/4/2020 at 8:22pm
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Hello all, back in this forum after several years break after I changed to a little old caravan. I sold nearly all my "tent collection" but kept my 1970's Danish Trio frame tent, and I am very glad that I have kept it. It can just fit into my tiny garden.
I am living with my teenager in a tiny one bedroom house, and she might have to go back to school here in Denmark up to the summer holidays. In that case I will self isolate in the Trio tent, because I have asthma and have to be careful not to get the virus. I am working from home, so the tent will not only be a way to self isolate, but also a measure to keep sane, although I must say that my daughter is Denmark's most understanding and peaceful teenager. Well, I am sure she will be happy that Mum gets out of her way and hides in the tent.
Proud owner of a 1987 Sprite Alpine 370 EK, a cheap popup tent and a beloved retro Trio frame tent from the early seventies, called Giraffen.