As kid I only remember going camping once with a friend and her family for about 2-3 weeks over the summer and traveled from one end of WI to the other. Great memory! I didn't camp again until I was around 18 and only a couple times. It wasn't until I married that I really camped. Our first camping trip together was on our honeymoon in an old Apache with a broken lift (not a good time trying to lift it either) This is not the actual camper but it does look exactly like it. We got rid of it as soon as we got home Our next camper was a Class B that we purchased off my dad. Again this is not the actual camper but similar. We ended up trading it off for a boat with a cuddy cabin. Later on we purchased a Class C motorhome. (Again NOT the actual camper, just similar) We then down sized.. which made no sense because at that time we now had FIVE children total. Figured out that it was too small (the hard way)and had to upgrade. (Not the actual camper but exactly like it) Decided to try the Class A (Not the actual camper) I didn't care for traveling with a herd of children not fastened in. Especially the smaller ones. Our final camper before the divorce. Again not the actual camper but looks like it. At this point I hated owning expensive campers with small kids because it was my job to make sure it remained clean. Got tired of the "this is too expensive to not make sure the kids aren't tracking in dirt and making a mess." Um yeah... you keep track of all 10 feet and what their 10 hands are getting into because after packing everyone's things, loading them in the camper, cooking, setting up camp and trying to keep each kid from making one other one cry while trying to keep them from going in and out... well, quite frankly I am tapped out. Yep pretty much hated to go camping after a while. After the divorce............ it's a whole new world of camping! Every weekend that I have off from Spring to fall means camping. This is my first set up after the divorce. Tent under the yellow arrow. Wanted something bigger and went all out and did the unthinkable... spent almost $250 on a TENT!! Cougar Flatts II This also has an attached awning that rolls up. After this past summer... I got tired of loading up, unpacking, setting up the tent, taking it down, wiping it down, rolling it up and trying to pack it away then lugging it up two flights to put away only to repeat in 2 weeks. So my next purchase this past October... haven't had her out yet but can't wait.... YES.. actual photos of her! My new to me 1997 Camplite I will be making curtains and cushion covers.. and doing some other updates. I hope to have it all done by Spring. Is it spring yet?? Bring on Camp cHaOs!