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Step 1 - With a teardrop, you always have the option to just pull up, sleep and leave.  No setup, no hassle. 1 annexpacked.jpg (93532 bytes)

The annex can stay neatly packed away, or left at home.

Step 2 - If you are planning to laze around the campsite, or you need a little shade, simply use the annex roof 2 annexroof.jpg (103420 bytes) 2a annexroof.jpg (94316 bytes)
Step 3 - Looking for a wind buffer, or a little privacy add a wall  3 annexbackwall.jpg (91750 bytes)
Step 4 - Maybe you need two. 4 annexkitchenwall.jpg (89475 bytes)
Step 5 - Even the short walls at the front of the teardrop can be added or removed separately. 5 annexshortwall.jpg (91813 bytes) 5a annexshortwall.jpg (84053 bytes)
Alternative - There are no rules at to which walls have to be up and which ones are left open.  7 annexonlykitchenwall.jpg (84557 bytes)
Step 6 - If you need somewhere for friends or kids to sleep, or there's a storm coming in, your little teardrop can be turned into the Taj Mahal... well almost. 6 annexfrontwall.jpg (96236 bytes) 6a annexfrontwall.jpg (87024 bytes)

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