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Held for three days and three nights at the psychedelic campground El Cosmico, the Trans-Pecos festival is famous for its vintage travel trailers, tall canvas teepees, and safari tents.
More than 32,000 people were in emergency shelters on Wednesday morning, and another 5,000 people were staying at state parks in cabins, shelters and travel trailers, said state officials.
The county has asked the Federal Emergency Management Agency for 7,500 temporary mobile homes, as well as at least 1,700 travel trailers to park outside individual homes being repaired or rebuilt.
In South Florida, officials in Collier County, which includes Naples, are waiting for FEMA R.V.’s known as travel trailers, which flooded residents can use as temporary housing.
But a federal judge dismissed all claims against the federal government, ruling FEMA couldn't be held liable for deciding to use travel trailers after Katrina and Rita.
In all, Monroe County has requested 1,700 travel trailers and 7,500 mobile homes to accommodate the thousands displaced by storm damage.
For the subset of the population whose idea of a fun time includes hauling the entire family and all their stuff up a mountain while towing a travel trailer and six kayaks, there are few alternatives.
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