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the first camping trip hmmmm
well the bed is like a double and at a home is a king
sooooo thats a adjustment and nooooo it doesnt make it all nice and cuddley, it makes us b###h
some parts were great, some not so great
Chase spent the nite I loved that, he was so excited to be camping.
Travis loved it all !!!
We had friends and fam stop by thats always fun.
Peaceful it isnt and sometimes I like some peace & quiet
its really a hopping campgrounds
but we will see
no pics yet we were so busy putting up a screen room that attaches to the camper
and the first time we diod it all backwards lol
much to do after things get situated I think we will be able to relax
Yes, ma'am! I am now employed! What's best about that is it's a home based job so I don't have to go anywhere....just the way I like it!
As far as your trip goes, well, the first time out you have to expect things to go wrong. You'll be popping that thing up like nobody's business next time though and have all the more time for partying and having fun. THEN we expect some great pictures!
I completely understand about the queen/king bed thingie. When we were up in Alabama, my MIL's guest bed is a queen...and it's too soft. It was so nice to come home to our own bed! Of course, my daughter wound up in the hospital the night before we got home so that kinda put a damper on the last day there. She's fine--only the 18th time she's been in the hospital for diabetic keto-acidosis....so we're getting used to it but it still shakes me up--especially when I'm not there to be with her and assess her situation first hand. But it was just an overnighter so it wasn't bad. Ah, well...life goes on!