Pretty nice trailer..

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To avoid those issues with mildew and etc, don't go cheap on buying one, and prep it properly for storage. I really want one. I was reading somewhere that the Australian manufacturer of roof tent is one the best one to get. Not sure tho.
Cascadia vehicle tents in Bend, Or makes what many consider to be the best. Really high quality breathable fabric. Thats really the issue though is you cant store them wet, so they arent good for camping in the wetter months in the PNW. Your fine if its wet for a few days before you get a chance to dry it out somewhere or have a big shop to do it.

I just like the hard pop up trailers because you can camp in the winter or whenever
 

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