Originally Posted by B47
Right on with the "last minute walk-around" plus the inside and outside c/l practice.
I may get flamed for saying this - but this is simply stupidily at its highest level.
On almost all CG pedestrals all of your hookups (water, sewage,electrical) are all in the same spot - so how can you disconnect your water hose and sewage hose (which I an guessing he/she did because there is no mention of either of them not being disconnected) and leave your power cord connected?
Not flamed, but I disagree that it's stupidity. In all we do, there are the chance for accidents. Unfortunately, the longer we do them the more complacent we become with checklists and attention to detail and whatnot - the more likely we are to slip up. Checklists only help if you follow them.
That said, with my break-down routine, this could realistically happen. I generally disconnect sewer first while my wife is inside finalizing the packup. When I'm done with sewer, I move onto the hose (because we almost always travel with water in the fresh water tank - I'll just switch to the pump). Sometimes I finish those activities before her, so I go inside to help or start getting the truck in position for hitching up or (insert item here). All of the while the electric generally stays on so the air conditioner can run until we're done inside. Sometimes it's right away, sometimes it's a bit later.
Different routines for different people.