I was explaining my upcoming TT events to someone and they said something like "that doesn't sound much like camping". It got me to thinking... yup, I am not a camper. I don't even consider it glamping either. I guess when it comes down to it, I am a mobile lodging fan. I take the TT where I want to be to fish, hunt or sightsee. I have no desire to cook outside on a Coleman stove, eschew all things electronic and stay at my campsite all the time. I like running my furnace, making ice for drinks, having 4G and posting pics, watching a movie, turning on the A/C, using the microwave, wash my dishes in a sink with hot water on tap, etc. I don't feel the need to "get away". Honestly, if I wanted to have a fire, I would have more privacy in my own back yard than in any campground I can think of, short of boondocking. I do enjoy getting away from people though. I work in government, and it's just nice not to have to talk to folks or make small talk. I only boondock in order to be where I want to be for fishing and hunting. In those cases, I do what I need to, but I'm not opposed to flipping on the genny and watching a movie there too. So, by many counts, I am not a camper, and I am very comfortable with that. I also have no problem with folks who DO like to intentionally make life more rustic for themselves on the weekend. I thoroughly enjoy the outdoors and outdoor activities, but I also like to come back, be warm, dry, comfortable and secure. I don't subscribe to the opinion that you can't be "outdoorsy" if you don't suffer. I know this smacks of another "that's not camping" post, but like I said, who said I was camping just because I am towing a TT?