View Poll Results: How is your camper kept?
Neaty, not a throw pillow out of place. 13 17.57%
Fairly picked up. Try to keep the stuff out of the floor and put away. 42 56.76%
A little messy, but still not too bad, maybe a towel or two laying around. 12 16.22%
Messy, I camp to relax not clean. We pick it up when we get hoome. 3 4.05%
I have kids... I think there is a couch in my camper... some where! 4 5.41%
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Old 05-04-2015, 11:48 AM   #31
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It's just the two of us in a big trailer....but nothing is out of place or dirty or cluttered. (Another retired military guy here...I still can't have hair on my ears and I retired almost 13-years ago!)

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Old 05-04-2015, 11:53 AM   #32
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TOWTA is pretty adamant about keeping the house and trailer neat and picked up. That's why I stay out doors (weather permitting) while camping and in my garage when we're home, besides that, can't smoke in the 5er or the house, so I am relegated to the outside or the garage.
If I had running water in the shop, coffee pot, then that's the place to be......but can't take the cold much anymore, so smoking inside is allowed here. That's why they sell cleaning stuff....just haven't figured out how to get house cleaner to go camping....maybe just should ask.

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Old 05-04-2015, 12:07 PM   #33
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49 years here...still get up at 0600, clock`s a pain
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Old 05-11-2015, 04:50 PM   #34
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I'm really anal when it comes to neatness in the coach.
With our rig there is plenty of storage so there is no excuse to have stuff laying around.
If it was up to the DW, every horizontal surface would be covered with clutter.

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