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2015 Holiday Wish Lists Revealed

This week we asked what you had on your 2015 holiday wish lists for your truck campers.  A few of you questioned whether you’ve been naughty or nice, a topic we may explore in a future issue.  Others didn’t hesitate to tell Santa exactly what they want.  Sadly, not one Red Ryder BB Gun was mentioned.

Here’s what Truck Camper Magazine readers are hoping to find under the tree Christmas morning:

“Safe travels, sunny weekends, and a warm dry camper!  And I would like a wireless rear view camera with monitor.” – Allen Jedlicki, 2012 GMC Sierra 2500HD, 2014 Wolf Creek 850SB

“A newer, upgraded truck camper with electric jacks.” – Paul Roberson, 2014 Ford F350, 1988 Lance 980

“I want a pop-up camper with a north-south bed that I can leave made up when the top is down.” – Karen Eddie, 2015 Toyota Tacoma, That’s the conundrum

“I might be interested in getting a solar panel.” – Richard Luczynski, 2015 Chevy Silverado 2500, 2015 Lance 1050S

“A 12-volt crockpot that I can plug into either the truck front seat or the camper to keep food warm.  Amazon has several models on their website.  Perhaps a good question of the week could be, ‘Are there any 12-volt items campers would recommend?’  I have seen coffee mugs, electric blankets/throws, small heaters, coffee pots, as well as crock pots for camping or tailgating.” – Lorraine Schwass, 2009 Dodge Ram, 2013 Four Wheel Hawk

“A better and easer entrance and exit steps that will go closer to the ground.  We are in our 70s and we need an easer way to get into and out of the camper when it’s on the truck.” – Bob and Brenda Vea, 2003 Chevrolet Silverado, 2003 Arctic Fox 1150

“New blinds and large shade for our camper.  I’d also like a larger 22-inch television.” – Helen Scurzi, 1991 Chevrolet Silverado, 2008 Lance 9’11”

“Spring!  Just bring us Spring please so we can uncover the camper and get back out on the beach!” – Jim Duarte, 2015 Ford F350, 2013 Eagle Cap 850

“A bigger, nicer television!  The optional $600 one has already been replaced under warranty.  Maybe an external WIFI antenna too.  It might be camping, but I still need my morning fishing forecast!” – Gary Usher, 2015 Ford F350, 2015 Lance 1172

“We love our truck camper.  I’m asking Santa for an inverter to work my mini Keurig when we’re dry camping.  I’m also wishing for good roads, sunny skies, great camping, finding new places, and meeting new people!” – Janet Manis, 2014 Dodge Ram 2500, 2016 Travel Lite 960R Illusion

“A F550 with a body kit, of course!  On a more realistic note, one or two more solar panels and two more batteries installed in the truck bed like your recent winning mod! More time to use the truck camper, but don’t worry that’s coming soon.” – Ed Amato, 2000 Ford F350, 2015 Northern Lite 10-2 EX RR

“First, I really need a new battery.  Second, I would like to have all the interior lights converted to LED, not just some.  Third, a nice, quiet 2000 watt Honda generator.  Fourth, some time to go enjoy it all.” – Jack Pavie, 1995 Ford F350, 1987 Real Lite 950

“Two sets of roof racks for my trailer, a 15-20 horsepower outboard, a rear deck system for my truck camper.  That’s not too much, LOL.” – J. Kevin McCarron, 2013 Ford F350, 2013 Northern Lite 10-2 CD SE

“To make it the perfect camper for us, an air conditioner unit for the wife and electric jacks for the hubby!  But, unfortunately, we stop believing in Santa a long long time ago.” – Denise Hupé and Robert Joanisse, 2010 Ford F250, 2004 Adventurer

“A newer camper with a bathroom and electric jacks!” – George Reid, 2011 Chevy Silverado, 1985 Sun Lite

“A roof mounted air conditioner or a new Arctic Fox 990.” – Kelvin Kohanes, 2003 Ford F350, 1994 Caribou 10ft

“A nice widower ready to share travel and adventure.” – Denise Barber, 2011 chevy 2500, Lance 815

“Two camper jacks like the Brophy camper jacks to be more flexible in unloading the camper at home.  We removed the original jack plates during renovation.  The original jacks caused most of the damages on the camper’s frame.  Actually we unload with a self-constructed winch system in our barn.” – Manfred Klement, 2000 Ford F-250, 1992 Jayco Sportster 8ft

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