Towing also spoils the fun of canyon carving. The little B&B near the nature is where it's at.
We thought about going to look at a tear drop earlier this year. Easy to set up, with some of the luxuries of home, but basic enough to feel like (to us) like we're "roughing it". But we've gotten to a point of our life that we prefer doing a weekend get a way spur of the moment thing, and it's easier on us to just pick a spot and find a hotel to go to, then load up to go camping. What got us into a pop-up years ago was years ago when we use to tent camp, it took me a couple of hours to get completely set up....then seeing a couple pull up with a pop-up, and they were set up in like 30 minutes, and the wife was cooking while the husband was off and fishing.If I had my Outback I'd love a little teardrop. Don't get me wrong, I love back packing, snow camping and the lot but a tear drop is a very cool thing. You can go "anywhere" and better yet you can go places RVs can't get to; and still sleep in a bed, cook on a stove and have beer in the fridge.