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And while you might have seen our video of setting up the Glawning when we arrived, what you haven’t seen is an up-close walkthrough of both the campervan we stayed in or the inside of the Glawning itself. In this video, you’ll see both:
Our campervan was considerably smaller than a typical US Class B RV. It was very reminiscent of a VW Westfalia in its appointments and its simplicity. That was just fine with us, because we also had the Glawning attached to the van, and we were thankful for the extra space it provided.
You see, it rained quite a bit while we were there. Had we been constrained to hang out in the van only, things would have been a bit… cramped. But the Glawning provided us an entire other area to hang out in and chill. (Or *not* chill, when we got the fire box going!)
Now, this is where YOU come in.
We were in the UK as guests of Glawning, and the reason they wanted us there was to get feedback on it from YOU, particularly our North American followers. So please check out this video and let us know what you think. Would you consider a Glawning? Why or why not? What do you like/dislike about it? This is exactly the kind of feedback they’re looking for.
As far as Stef and me, I can confidently say that we would not be taking the Glawning with us on every trip we took. Frankly, we make a lot of short stops where we just don’t put that much effort into it. BUT… there are some trips we take where we would absolutely love to have the Glawning with us – rallies, meetups, festivals and the like. If there’s someplace we’re going to stay a while, then the effort to transport and set up the Glawning would certainly be worth it, and would allow us a cool gathering place just outside our van.
So let’s hear it! Take a look at the video and then sound off in the comments below!