Personal preference as to what people bring camping. Telling others what to bring is akin to saying that they aren't camping unless they're sleeping on the ground in a bed roll, in a canvas tent. However, I don't want to have to listen to music, TV, video games, or whatever from other sites.They shouldn't take them camping.
I didn’t tell anyone what to bring. If they don’t like my opinion they don’t have to do itPersonal preference as to what people bring camping. Telling others what to bring is akin to saying that they aren't camping unless they're sleeping on the ground in a bed roll, in a canvas tent.
I use motion detector that turns on outside lights ... My PUP has the velco strip around the door and all you do is slip you hand inside the door and open it from the inside haha... Standing in front of the door with groceries it is faster doing this them fumbling around for the door keys...
I like having the lights coming on when someone or some larger animal walks up to patio area... I also have a pocket transmitter that will turn on the outside lights with a push of the button.. I can do this up to a 100 feet or so... great for finding your trailer when you go to the bathroom in the middle of the night haha...
In today’s virtual-everything you can get another day or two at the campsite by logging the kids into virtual school in your pop up.
Camping is changing. Years ago most campers were former boy scout types. There wasn't anything really valuable to steal. Now people have laptops, tablets, video games, Bluetooth speakers and such.
Cannot believe the responses one anxious camper got about security.
Popups are in no way secure, travel trailers are not much better. I had mine stolen from a storage lot. Your tow vehicle is about as much security there is camping. Until the windows are broken to get the stuff in plain sight.
Lions Tigers and Bears oh my, be afraid be very afraid.
People can take whatever they like, so long as they don't annoy other people with it. But if you're leaving $2000 laptops in your camper while you toll around the countryside for the day, you get what you get.
Honestly I'd be shocked if your laptop was stolen even if you DID do that. You never hear about theft from campers. About the only thing you hear about is generator theft, and those sit outside, are easily portable, and are worth a lot, especially if they're inverters.