Hi everyone, the thread about how to keep the PUP cool gave me the idea to make this post. I'm interested to hear how different people approach setting up your site in very hot weather/harsh sun. Most of the campgrounds we've been to allow you entry to your site from around 12pm - the hottest time of the day. We had a scary incident on one of our first few trips where Mr K collapsed from heatstroke after trying to set up the camper in the sun. I've also made myself feel unwell a few times from pushing myself in the heat. Now our usual method is to park up and level the camper without opening it, then go off to have lunch and come back to start setting up a bit later. We recently bought a sunshelter with the intention to set up the outdoors shelter, table and chairs etc without fully popping the camper so we'd have a place to eat and relax till later in the day. In summer I think it would be best practice for us to wait until after 3pm, or at least do it gradually, maybe letting the camper air out a bit before unpacking. The camper itself is always really hot and we are sweating a lot too, it's hard to keep the hydration up and of course we always just feel like we want to get it all set up as quickly as possible.