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dstock

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I have a similar RTT and a Jeep and it held up just great in the high winds of Sailine, no issue whatsoever so I don't think any of the "Jeepers" are going to be scared away.
Big Jeff

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Probably like sleeping in the wind sock when the "W" really wants to  blow.
P3Tacco

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Great video, but it sucks!  Just what we need...
Route 66

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Looks to me like their tents didn't stand-up too well to the wind.  If anything, I think the weather (winds) will scare some jeepers away!
bobhuckaby

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the good news it does not show a Toyota Camry
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trigger

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There's jets in Saline???
James Sel

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Well then if that's how you feel.....
Salt Peter

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I don't agree.
People could have no clue about the wonders of Death Valley and be interested in RTT's. I've taken friends to Death Valley who had no idea how wonderful the park is, let alone Saline. Yeah the cat is out of the bag and has been for some time.
John914

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I wouldn't worry about added traffic at the Springs because of this video. Anybody in the Southwest who has interest in a roof top tent for their truck probably already knows about Saline anyway.
tronaborn

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They disabled comments on the video.  Too bad.


Sam D.

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So, should we post bad reviews to teach them?
Salt Peter

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Stumbled across this on a different forum.
Looks like Saline will have even more attention due to this type of video.
Video quality is good but there is a lack of research for names and descriptions of certain places.
Wonder if they had the required forms/fees from the NPS for filming a commercial in the park.
Aren't drones banned in parks?

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