Our family recently purchased a 2017 T@b Outback edition camper (affectionately known as “The Glamper”).

Here are some pictures of when it was newly purchased, as well as recent camping trips. Our maiden voyage was dry camping, where we had no electric, water, or sewer hookups – challenging, but a great learning experience! We use Goal Zero solar electric panels, a solar generator for inverted power (to use the receptacles inside the camper),  solar lanterns, and solar recharging units. I also recommend Classic Accessories covers for teardrop trailers if you’re in moderate weather. Finally, I recommend Paha-Que awnings which are custom-fitted for T@b teardrop campers, but they also make tents and other camping items.

Full setup with the Goal Zero solar panels while dry camping.


Cooking bacon on the 2-burner propane source stove – worked great. This model also has a 3-way fridge.

Paha-Que awning setup.

Paha-Que awning setup.

HIGHLY recommend this Kamp-Rite folding camp table – amazing product. Also a big fan of the RTIC Softpak 40 cooler.

Hooked up to the 4Runner – great towing capacity.

The youngest child fits on the queen-sized bed.

View of the galley, which includes a 3-way Norcold fridge.

Brand-new toilet – great for not having to run to the campground bathrooms at 4am.

Also has a shower with hot water – priceless.

A/C and heater, plus a bluetooth DVD system.

Table and seating area, which folds down into a queen-sized bed.

New beauty, ready to go.