Welcome to the new blog!

This blog is new, brand new. In fact I set it up just yesterday (4/28/2021). The articles here were written by me previously on my “Scamping Tennessee” blog at https://thomaskloos.com. That blog is back as my personal blog, and all… Continue Reading →

Scamping Pickwick Landing

Pickwick Landing State Park is located just south of Pickwick Dam, 14 miles south of Savannah, in Hardin County. Noted for its excellent water recreation the lake and river offers fishing, boating, swimming and a marina. Accommodations in the park… Continue Reading →

The Scamper

The year of my scamp is unknown at this point. I believe it’s an early 90’s model, when I get to put my eyes on it again, I will look it up from the VIN. But it was originally purchased… Continue Reading →

Wildflower Hike

While at David Crockett S.P., we took at wildflower hike with the head ranger. Ranger Rachel said a lot had signed up, but low and behold, only Wendy and I were there for the hike. So it became a very… Continue Reading →

New Tow Vehicle

So as you may remember from the post, Scamping David Crockett, we borrowed a truck to pull the camper to David Crockett S.P. This truck belongs to a family member, and because we know that it’s an inconvenience to them… Continue Reading →

Scamping David Crockett

David Crockett was a pioneer, soldier, politician, and industrialist. He was born near the little town of Limestone in northeast Tennessee in 1786. In 1817, he moved to Lawrence County and served as a justice of the peace, a colonel… Continue Reading →

Lets Go Scamping

Welcome to ScampingUSA! First, you may ask, what is scamping? Scamping is a term used by people that own a Scamp brand of camper. A scamp is a lightweight fiberglass camper made by Eveland, Inc. in Backus, MN, USA. Scamp… Continue Reading →

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