Dusty82 said:Looks like I'm the weirdo again (no surprise there, huh?) We take everything out of the pup when we get home and give it good cleaning inside. We run all the dishes and such through the dishwasher, run all the linens and such through the washer/dryer, and pack stuff away in their carriers. I set up the screen & shower tents and all the canvas chairs, then hose them off, let them dry, then pack them all up in their carriers. Everything but the dishes and linens is stored away in the garage. I pop open the pup a few days before we go camping again, and we load it up - that way I can give the up a good once-over while we're loading, and before we hit the road.
Orion said:I've even considered storing the wife and kids in there over winter. But thought better of it when I realized the smell would probably linger the next season.
themanfromvan said:my wife insists on keep pop (some call it soda) in there, too. I say the first time a bottle blows up, SHE cleans it up.
Beth said:we're still pretty new at this ourselves, but i purchased my first space bag last week and while i had the pup popped up, i pulled some pillows and a sleeping bag that i had stored under the dining seat and put them in space bag.....wow that made a LOT more room....