Driveway Camp - The Ongoing Saga

Discussion in 'Camp Driveway' started by skysummit, Jun 28, 2015.

  1. skysummit

    skysummit Member

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    Lately, I seemed to be finding any reason what so ever to set the pop up in the driveway. We get back from camping, and I have to set it back to up "to clean it"....even though we clean it before tearing down. Then once it's set up, I find any reason to be inside of it....have to check on this, check on that, etc. Last night we had some storms roll through. I just had to sleep in in to "make sure it didn't leak". Is that a sickness? LOL

    BTW, I put reflectix on it today so I'm sure I'll be sleeping in it tonight to see how much darker the interior is at night.

    [CP] [8D]
     
  2. Heady

    Heady Active Member

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    Sounds like you might have OCD.......Obsessive Camper Disorder

    I think I have it too.
     
  3. JaycoCamper

    JaycoCamper New Member

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    Just set mine up today in the driveway.
    Will be sleeping in it tonight. Seems every time we book a trip something comes up and we're forced to cancel it. Wife is starting new job tomorrow and looks like we won't be traveling much this season so it "Camp Driveway" or nothing for now.
     
  4. skysummit

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    Slept in it again last night....oh yea, and tonight too :)
     
  5. Jeepguy93

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    I sleep in mine any chance I get. Last year i slept in my backyard over 40 times lol
     
  6. SUPERKSR

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    Mine's opened in the driveway right now to "wash off the canvas." [{}=]
    You know, it had campground dirt on it from last weekend. [;)]
    It's not a sickness, just a condition that's easily controlled with visitation and "12 ounce curls."
    Just wait until you're knee deep in mods...
    Come to think of it, maybe it IS a sickness. [LOL]
     
  7. rob2218

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    what sickness...?
    who?...me? you? nahhh...it's not a sickness to want to sleep in your PUP and keep it open to 'check' on things....really it's not.
    I did the same thing when I was preparing for my long distance move to soCal.....I'd open er up....check "this and that" as you say, then close her back down, then open her back up...making sure all cables, outlets, roof, pulleys, doors, latches, frig, etc...were in proper working order.

    Heck, if it weren't for my HOA here in north LA..I'd have her open as well in my driveway if I could.
     
  8. shuang2

    shuang2 Well-Known Member

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    I sleep in mine any chance I get, too, but not in summer. In Arizona the summer temperature never gets cool down even at midnight.
     
  9. rob2218

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    but you guys are tremendously dry in AZ....come on...a bit of "air conditioning" and you are good to go eh.
     
  10. SUPERKSR

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    Yea, it's a "Dry Heat." [;)]
    A "Dry Heat" is what happens when you preheat the over and open the door in your face...
     
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    I see no issue with this at all, of course I'm a proud card carring member of the OCD club.

    --Rob--
     
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    Today mark the last 365 nights in the PUP. I still have 3 months more to go.
     

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