Amen and goodnight.I'm not sure why the title of this thread rubs me the wrong way as much as it does. "Had no other choice" implies hardship, or poverty, or something. Every time it gets revved back up I have these same thoughts again:
Do you live in your home because you had no other choice? Wouldn't you rather live in a 15-bedroom mansion?
Do you drive the cars you do because you had no other choice? You poor thing... you drive a Honda? Too bad, an Lexus would have been so much better...
Most of us have plenty of choice. Most of us also have limited resources... not necessarily a small amount of resources but limited nonetheless. We spread those resources among all the things we seem fit. Sometimes we take some of those resources and save them for another time.
Some of us enjoy camping simpler too, and the idea of dragging around what amounts to a mobile cabin isn't our style of camping.