Originally Posted by DavidSo
My evolution over many years has been towards "less is more". Many years ago I traveled in a 69 VW bug. I took out the passenger seat and the rear seat, and turned that side of the car into a full time cot. Underneath was storage. Even in that little rig I never had to roll up the bed. In my trailer I have basically eliminated all the dual use areas. For short trips or occasional use it's not so bad to tear down the table into a bed or whatever, but day after day it becomes too big of a headache for me. Since most of my waking hours inside the trailer are spent sitting, having good seats makes sense to me. I'm looking forward to seeing what this seat is like. It looks nice and was highly rated.
Pretty much my outlook also David.
I try to have my "stuff" set up as permanently as possible. Not much to pack away when I want to move from spot to spot. Haven't had a chance to use 136 out on a trip (hopefully early spring 2012), but, with the rig/setup I have been using I can be having a coffee, and part way through decide to leave, and be on the road is less than an hour. And that includes loading the boat (and all its gear, rods, safety stuff), outside gear (awning, roll up table, barbeque, stove, etc.). Then I finish the coffee.
Many times I just have to give my head a "shake" when I see some of the rigs that are out "camping". Takes a day to get partly organized, and then, they start packing up the afternoon before, when they plan to leave at noon the next day!! WT????