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Old 03-10-2012, 08:04 PM   #15
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For the two of us in our UHaul CT13, it's a matter of choreography.
We make it a game, like Tetris.
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If you like each other it's just fun and not a chore.
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Old 03-11-2012, 01:12 AM   #17
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Smile Our actions have just evolved

We operate much like Brian (post #7), only we leave the large, rear bed set up. We make the front into a table when we want, for eating, playing cards, etc. On Movie Night, we have both beds ready, us in our jammies, and the laptop computer set on the closed stove/sink cover.
If one of us has to do something that needs the floor space, like retrieve some of their clothes from one of the tubs under the rear bed, the other just sits on one of the front seats. This is also where one sits, or on the large bed to read a book, when the other one cooks something to eat. We are learning to live off single servings or out of cans, or in restaurants because we have no refrigeration, also.
I don't know how we would get another person in. Perhaps a small dog, naw.
I do have to add, since we usually need it, we have a Honeywell Oil Filled Electric Radiator which takes up a lot of floor space, but it is worth it for comfort.
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I don't know how we would get another person in. Perhaps a small dog, naw.
I do have to add, since we usually need it, we have a Honeywell Oil Filled Electric Radiator which takes up a lot of floor space, but it is worth it for comfort.
You'd be surprised how much heat a dog puts out. Even a small one
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My husband likes to joke that we have to go outside to change our minds. Placing a 10' x 10' First Up next to the camper adds a large 'living room' that we use most of the day. We leave the double bed set up, and the bunk beds are used like shelves for storing items we need during camping. Plenty of room for two!
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