A colleague of mine spent the better part of the last week boondocking at a hunters camp where my wife and I have been, in their TT. Now this camping trip took actually 2 days longer than expected... You see she is scared to death to tow the trailer, and he got sick, hugging the toilet and praying to the porcelain goddess sick. They opted to wait it out until he was able to handle dealing with the trailer and driving back home until they broke camp. And it makes me wonder, how common is this? Years ago I spent an extended amount of time in camp due to getting a bad lunch on the way through to camp, pretty much ruinign our trip. And that was a tenting trip. While travelling back was easier on us only having to deal with the truck itself no trailer, packing up to go was a royal pain in the tail, and being sick in a tent and barfing into a bucket was no fun at all... So if you, or someone in your camp falls ill with say mild food poisoning, or the flu. What's your method of dealing with it? It seems to me this brings home the point that all adults in the party should be able to handle towing, setting up, and breaking down camp, so that should the need arise to break camp and the one or ones that usually handle those tasks are unable to do so, the tasks still get done... My wife is going to learn how to drive my truck that's for sure!