Maybe someone has a few tricks of the trade to lend me? Please? A few times, and tonight, I was tucking away my camper and it just started to rain a very light sprinkle. Seriously, the rain couldn't wait 5 minutes??? As I was tucking in the canvas I didn't feel dampness, but I'm a little paranoid. If there are a few light raindrops on the tenting will this cause problems? Should I open it and air it out just in case? I'm also not sure what is the best method of folding up the canvas; any hints? So far what works best for me is tucking in the sides pretty far first and then the end under from the top seam down. I'm not a clean freak, BUT - the exterior canvas is exposed to the elements, and then I fold it onto the mattress where I sleep. I started throwing an old sheet over the top of the mattress when I fold it up and that makes me feel a little better about it! However, I purchased some pillow-top mattress pads, and it is going to be a lot less hassle if I have them on the mattress when travelling. Then I'm back to the issue of the 'not so clean' canvas on top of them. I am also wondering about bunk-end mattresses. One side is vinyl and the other side is fabric. Should I store it with the vinyl side up and then flip it when I'm setting up camp? Or does it really not matter? I purchased the camper a few months ago, and I'm itching to wash the cushion covers. The covers are in terrific condition, but they are 18 years old. The directions are to "spot clean". I know it's not rocket science, and for some of these things it's mostly likely 1/2 of one .50 of the other. Just looking for some insight! Thank you so much!