If you're tired of paying property tax and utilities, then forget the house and move into the Marmot Limestone 8-Person 3-Season Tent. Even though it doesn't have a bathroom or running water, this tent has all sorts of things that your house doesn't, like a waterproof rain fly with fully taped seams, breathable mesh vents and windows, and durable polyester and nylon walls that can stand up to the inevitable wear of living outside. The Limestone is quick and easy to set up with its color-coded poles and sleeves, and it's equipped with two doors and a vestibule so you don't have to bring in muddy shoes, all those duffel bags or that large cooler that you would rather not get wet. Just think of it as your new mudrooms. Pack the internal side pockets with games and snacks to entertain the youngsters while the adults sip wine and chat. And when it gets late, the Limestone has reflective points on the corners so you don't trip when you go for a bathroom break in the dark. With jingle-free zippers, the Limestone won't keep you up at night when it gets breeze. Sure, this tent doesn't have a garage or laundry, but it's way more fun to live in the great outdoors in the Limestone than having to worry about mowing the lawn or unloading the dishwasher, but then again you will have to worry about wind blowing your house down.
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Marmot Limestone Tent: 8-Person 3-Season
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