FRANKLIN, Ind. — At a shady campground outside of Columbus, a group of dedicated people relived the glory days of American camper culture.
They came in Shastas, Airfloats and Arrows, compact aluminum contraptions built in the “canned ham” style, their appearances resembling the tinned meat you’d find in a grocery store. Some were painted in colorful splashes of color — deep reds, seafoam greens, princess pinks.
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