Pitching A Tent



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This is how real outdoorsmen do it. Roughing it out there where nobody can find you and the only thing between you and certain death is a 24-hour store with food, water, clothing, chairs, flat screen TVs, bathrooms & literally anything else in the world that you can think of. Bear Grylls wouldn’t even try this, I swear.

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  1. netjnke

    lol why not just put it on the ground?

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    February 17th, 2014

  2. Jen

    It’s actually a spaceship hovering over the car. It came back to pick up some Wal-martians.

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    February 17th, 2014

  3. jag

    It’s the new trend in motels – Wal-Mart style.

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    February 17th, 2014

  4. Carl La Fong

    Nothing to see here.
    WalMart has been a well known, overnight, parking spot for RVers and travelers for years. Most of them are happy to have you spend the night and shop in the morning. We have done it many times with our RV. No, it is not camping and no one thinks it is. Just a convenient place to grab some shut eye and re stock the rig.
    Fail, POWM

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    February 17th, 2014

  5. mike reiley

    carl la douche spending the night in the parking lot of wal mart.. You re a giant douche

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    February 18th, 2014

  6. Doc

    Personally I think the set up is fairly ingenious. It would help keep critters out of the tent.

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    February 18th, 2014

  7. John

    Bear Grylls ??? Never heard of him.

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    February 19th, 2014

  8. Cricket

    What Carl la Fong said. SOP for RVers and people traveling cross country to get somewhere in a hurry, on the cheap. Anything you need is there in the morning, it’s free, the cops usually wander through occasionally in the night, so you’re a little less likely to get mugged than some places.

    And for some reason, the Wal Creatures rarely spend the night there… when you’re doing Michigan to Arizona in two days, it makes a lot more sense than taking the time to eat or sleep somewhere that requires checking in. And did I mention free?

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    February 24th, 2014

  9. BC

    Some of the rigs I see parked in our local Wally World are likely not owned by the denizens we usually see gracing these pages.

    As others of said, it’s common practice in the RV world. I give Wally World a lot of crap, but it’s cool of them to allow RV’ers to spend the night.

    Yes, technically, a tent on top of a battered 3-series isn’t an ‘RV’, but, hey. It’s clever.

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    March 23rd, 2014

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