I think you'll find most people here on Pup are "out" people. We camp because we love the outdoors, and try to spend as much time in it. We cook outside unless it's bad weather (I will still cook outside under the awning in a light rain but not in a downpour. I've also cooked indoors when it's been near freezing waking up). We tend to hang outside most of the time if we're hanging around camp. Exceptions might be a board or card game mid-afternoon, or if it's raining. We don't bring a television along and have never watched movies on a phone or tablet. Unlike some here we DO take full advantage of the (somewhat limited) features of our pup: that being running water (we usually don't have hookups so usually that's the water tank and electric pump) for doing dishes, washing hands, brushing teeth, etc, the mini fridge for food (supplemented by an ice chest for drinks and sometimes more food), and charging phones/cameras/etc (usually via 12V since we don't often have hookups). I added solar capability last year to extend our ability to camp without hookups. We don't have A/C in the pup but if it's going to be really hot and we have hookups, I will sometimes (rarely) bring the portable AC I use in the garage. In that case, if we need to cool down, we will sometimes move inside and play a board game or just hang out until it gets more pleasant outside. We brought the AC to South Dakota in July 2018 and ended up using it as a heater (it doubles as a heat pump) as much or more as we did an A/C.