GIVEAWAY: “Glamping, Blue Moon”

Thank you for dropping by my Raising Jane Journal to participate in my giveaways! We’ve chosen a winner for this giveaway already (click here for details), but don’t be afraid to leave a comment anyway. I love reading them. And stay tuned for more great MaryJanesFarm giveaways.

For a chance to win a free copy of my Glamping with MaryJane book, tell me about your glamping plans for this summer in the comments below. I’ll toss your name into a hat and draw a lucky winner sometime mid-June.

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  1. Kimberly A Busby says:

    I am new to this whole glamping thing. I have tent camped and backpacked most of my life, but my new husband brought to the marriage a wonderful trailer. I have enjoyed our trips so far and look forward to developing special glamping recipes and traditions. This summer he is taking me to the Russian River for my 50th birthday. It will be a trip filled with biking, kayaking, and, of course, glamping. I can hardly wait!

  2. Amber says:

    Put my name in, we will be spending some time on the California coast this year.

  3. Kristine says:

    My plan is to tent camp with real stoneware dishes, flowers on the table, gourmet food, and wear skirts. Also, I’ll paint and read.

  4. Barb Richards says:

    Well, I can only dream about Glamping because I am full time caretaker for my 94 year old mom. A couple years ago thiugh, I made a queen size quilt with your Glamping layer cake fabricss. It is one of my favorites.
    Would love to read your book!

  5. Kim says:

    Just got my glamping home on wheels! Looking forward to giving a fun decor and look forward to summer!

  6. Liz says:

    We have a restored 1958 16ft Fan and mid restoration 14 ft 1955 Sport Craft canned hams that will head to Michigan’s northwoods. There is nothing better than the midsummer breeze blowing through the curtains while you take in the night noise and moonlight. Silk sheets cool the days sun kissed skin and camp coffee warms the soul. Ready to pack all the pretty things and and a few essentials. Like wine.

  7. Lori Kruse says:

    My husband and I are buying a Little Guy Tabitha just becauseof you! Fell in love with it and will be camping by lakes this summer. We be spending our retirement winters traveling the southern USA in it. Thank You !

  8. Tammy Whitney says:

    Well we have a one room cabin by the lake so that is about as close to glamping as I can get!

  9. Amy Bain says:

    This summer we plan to take out our family-size camper to a few locals lakes. We always have so much fun – fishing, hiking and just breathing deep! Thanks for a great give-away!!

  10. Vicki Allen says:

    Do not get to go glamping but sure would love to win your book

  11. Terri Dye says:

    I’d love to win this book! My camping and glamping prospects have not gone much further than my own back yard. I love enjoying the outdoors as much as I can. I set up a table with a lace table cloth, citronella candles and my new grill. I’d love to have this book to enjoy while backyard-glamping.

  12. Casey Gifford says:

    I’m still looking for a little trailer to “glamp”! I have a 24′ trailer but it’s too big to glamp right now! Camping this summer may be in the tent unless I find my little gem!

  13. Rhonda Cavaliere says:

    been on the hunt for that ‘perfect” trailer to restore and glamp up. This summer I hope to at least get out camping. I can only “glamp” through your book Don’t have a copy yet but would love to own one.

  14. Mary says:

    I don’t know if I will be glamping this summer but I sure would like my name thrown into the hat 🎩 . Maybe it will be the incentive I need to get out there thank you

  15. Amy Murillo says:

    My summer plans include a big move from the Ozarks of Missouri to Minnesota. I’m afraid no time for clamping this summer, but definitely looking forward to new adventures! You have The Best giveaways!

  16. Jacqueline Christie says:

    It would be so wonderful to win a copy of Glamping!! Dreaming about having my own Glamper one day, will hopefully come true! I do not have any glamping plans for the summer, as it is too difficult right now to get away. My fur baby, Laci, who is 3 yrs old and special needs, has been having seizures since Christmas, and we (the vet and I) have not been able to get them stabilized, so even a weekend away is out of the question until things settle down.

  17. Julie says:

    Horse camping , not too far from our house, with all the extra fancy fun stuff this year, at least we are gonna try!

  18. Holly says:

    Just got my ’71 Traveleze last gall and can’t wait to “glamp” her up! Planning a fall trip to Yellowstone. Would be a joy to win your book 💟

  19. Teri Schneider says:

    I don’t own a trailer/camper…yet, but I do have a large tent. I plan on grabbing my grown daughter and heading over to a nearby campground. I’ve been diagnosed with breast cancer, and although things are looking good, I’m definitely feeling the need to refresh relationships and spend some quality/fun time with family and friends. Plus there is such healing power in the feel of nature all around you, right?!

  20. Jan says:

    just got our little old motorhome out of winter storage today! now I am thinking about summer! have only recently discovered Maryjane Buttars….love what I am reading…looking forward to more!

  21. Leah says:

    The seven of us, my husband and I and the five kids, are heading from CA up to WA for a two week glamping trip in our travel trailer. Lots of hiking and exploring will be done, but with the comforts of a bed and bath, and the kuerig! I mean with 5 kids we need the coffee almost immediately!

  22. Wendy Jo says:

    When you have allergies, glamping is the only way to go. I would love to share this book with my sister when she comes with her camper in tow to my area again near the Chesapeake Bay later this summer.

  23. Honey says:

    In July, we’ll be attending a family wedding held outside in the beautiful Columbia River Gorge. The ceremony will be at the base of Mt. Adams in Washington at a campground. All family are camping together prior to the event. Everything kicks off with a hot dog roast and s’mores the night before.

  24. Dena True says:

    My husband and I are retired, so we love camping with our furbaby, Chloe. Our camper isn’t vintage, but I like to decorate with vintage finds.

  25. Lorraine Hess says:

    Right now I’m sitting in my camper reading Mary Jane’s journal. It’s not vintage but it’s great for us. After years of wilderness canoe camping in the Adirondacks we’ve traded the tent for a camper. My husband has had three back surgeries and is unable to do the tenting anymore. This still gets us out into nature which I love and we go for a couple of days about every three weeks.

  26. susan b says:

    Unfortunately, we haven’t found the right trailer to restore and “glamp” in! We are getting there on a shed to put on some land! Looks like I’m “glamping” all in one place. Super excited!

  27. Teresa Roberson says:

    I will glamping in Idaho for the 4th of July with my grandchildren! I fly out of SC in June for two weeks with plans to see the Pacific Ocean and spend time on the prairie of southwest Idaho.

  28. Linda Oelke says:

    I am currently working with my neighbor to buy his trailer. He’s now 85 and I’m sure he will go for it…fingers crossed. I do receive your magazine via subscription, and I love it. Love, the creativity you show in your trailers….can’t wait to get started!

  29. Bridge says:

    I’m not sure I am a glamper, but I love to primitive tent camp. I do glam it up a bit.
    I hang a pretty paper lantern, deck my cot out with a quilt and pillows. I use a pretty sparkly throw rug to keep my tent clean. I take my stitching, coloring books and binoculars to watch the birds. I just returned/recovered from a local Women’s Wilderness Weekend, it was last weekend and we had 8+ inches of constant rain. I have never seen a lightening show quite that magnificent. My little tent held up right thru the storms and stayed dry. We made the best of the weekend even though many tents were broken and sleeping bags were soaked. It is amazing what a group of strong women with a positive attitude can do. I plan to tent glamp at least one night a month (hopefully the entire weekend) until fall. We have property that is close to the local lake and I want to glamp at both of those. I also would like to check out a couple local campgrounds. It will be a busy but fun summer. I also hope to have a trip with some of the gal pals I met the past weekend! I would love to win the book and discover ways to “fancy” up my primitive camping! I love to tent camp so I have no plans of a glamper, but that doesn’t mean it has to be blah!!

  30. bobbie Krohn says:

    well…lets just say that glamping is something I truly wish to do… I always settle for regular ole camping however…. but …. I try to make up for it by using lots of lovely table cloths.. lacy covers that I drape on a cloths line strung to trees to create a sense of privacy and I scatter around oil lamps here and there. I make every effort to glamorize our camping exhibition. I dress simple and basically dream in front on the fire about the day when I can truly afford to buy my own little camper. Till then lace, vintage table cloths and natural elements from nature will have to do.

  31. Summer says:

    I don’t have any plans for glamping this year, but maybe next year… that book would be a great inspiration!

  32. Jessica Murray says:

    This summer we will be taking our one year old baby boy on his first couple camping trips and to Yellowstone national park (ID). We are so excited and can’t wait to introduce our baby to the beauty of the world.

  33. Darlene Philbrick says:

    Hi, My BFF is my sister and she is always planning an amazing outing for somewhere. We camped as children, our parents owned a camper. Those days are behind us , as our Dad has passed away. We will always have the wonderful memories from days gone by. I would love to have an old Airstream to Glam up on my own. Continue to enjoy those fun times with my niece who was adopted from China. Those would be enjoyable days spent with the ones you love.

  34. Mary Carnes says:

    My dream, is to be able to go glamping. I’ve not purchase a small trailer, and I,said yet, but that is my dream to. At this time I truly need to do something like that. With family sickness’s and life moving so fast, it’s hard to concentrate, on the slower side. But like I said yet, will come.

  35. Jana Blackwood says:

    I don’t have any glamping plans for this summer because I don’t feel like I know enough about it to start. What a great reason for getting this book! I would like to start glamping in the future, maybe next summer I’ll be ready.

  36. Heather Ely says:

    I do not have any as of yet. I could use ideas if anyone has any!

  37. Elaine Babcock says:

    We have a 5th wheel, and I pretend it’s a cute vintage trailer. My cousin has a darling vintage trailer and I have been to a gathering with her. Fun. We will be out enjoying the summer at blue grass festivals.

  38. Sue Wendt says:

    It may be a “glamping” summer but it will definitely be a “grandparents’ camping” summer. In July we plan a week in our tear drop (Rpod)with our adult daughter and her girl. Then just 10 days or so later we will leaving for a week plus in Canada’s Provincial Park Quetico with our son’s family of 5. We will hold down the base camp while he takes his kids and wife out on a canoe camping trip, 3 at a time.

  39. Cindy Jacobson says:

    Went tent camping with my daughter last year. Our future plans are to get a TAB or Little Guy trailer. I turned 55 last year, and decided it was time to make some changes in my life. One being to go “glamping”, not just camping. Have enjoyed the inspiration from you Mary Jane!

  40. I bought a vintage camper about six years ago and I have been restoring it. I have a 1973 Lovebug. I have taken it camping many times and I always have visitors to my campsite interested in my camper. It looks similar to a Scamp but my camper has bigger windows. I have decorated the inside in the Americana theme. I love it. So, this year I am planning a group campout with my family and friends. We will have plenty of activities planned and of course plenty of delicious food.

  41. Roksanna says:

    The extent of my glamping…will be a nite on my wicker sofa on the porch; with my cat Alec (of course).

  42. Jaylyn Morehouse says:

    This summer we’re going to Tofino off the coast of Vancouver Island. I’m not sure where we’re staying or if we’ll be glamping next to a hot spring, but it is sure to be a memorable experience with 4 children all being toted along!

  43. Sew Beth Bean says:

    I will be packing up my little 16 foot Trail lite Glamper and heading out for sun and fun. I bring along my sewing machine and my Glamping fabric stash!! So far I have made curtains out of the large circle/dot fabric. Pillow cases out of the Blue beautiful ladies, and a quilt out of 7 mini charm packs. Always searching for my favorite fabric line when out and about traveling in my little Glamper 🙂

  44. Sus Kinne says:

    My plans don’t let me have much time off this summer, but I’ve been inspired to convert a 1985 Avion trailer to a glamper. I’m taking plenty of photos along the way, so maybe I can feature in a magazine when I’m done.

  45. Chris says:

    Planning to glamp up the eastern seaboard. GA to Maine

  46. Deb F says:

    I will be glamping in my backyard with a cozy fire, a warm pot of coffee, special solar candles/lights, and a wonderful swing. Summers are the best and I can’t wait. Smores anyone?

  47. Kathy Nelson says:

    I’m working on glamping my Rockwood Mini Lite, I have a murphy bed and when the bed is down I have a vinyl saying on the wall. I’ve started making curtains, and next I want to paint the inside. So I would love this book to give me more ideas.

  48. Carole Whitridge says:

    I’ll be heading to the Trinity Alps to hike and canoe, but going back to my mother in law’s each evening to shower and put on lipstick 😉

  49. Rebecca Booth says:

    I remember the fun time my husband, my sons and I had camping in an old trailer that we fixed up! We would meet our friends at the lake and swim fish and cook our supper in an open fire! Such good memories! I am enjoying reading everyone’s responses!

  50. June says:

    My glamping plans will probably be on the back deck under the stars with my 2 great nieces – aged 6 and 12. Woo hoo!

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