I recall the day we made a decision to purchase a pop-up trailer. It was a rainy April weekend in Pennsylvania and we had been residing in French Creek State Park with buddies. My husband came two hours sooner than the rest of the team to establish our website. Two hours later among our buddies rolled in with his new pop-up trailer.
He backed his trailer in their website, unhooked the hitch and cranked up the tent. All of this took him about ten minutes. Needless to say, he wasn't completed but it just took him about another twenty-five minutes to establish his website.
He still needed to unload his tow car but he was more than halfway finished. In actuality, he had been really close to sitting down beneath his canopy and relaxing at a camp chair with a cool drink.
My husband, on the other hand, had witnessed the process with jealousy while he went on the work of preparing our campsite. A job he was working on for more than two weeks and was destined to last for one more hour.
He was soaked to the bone and also exhausted to appreciate the time he'd have left later on to unwind. The notion of purchasing a pop-up trailer was starting to consider seed.
My husband told me that the story of observing our buddy pulls up after that day. He said it casually about 4 more times that weekend. In addition, he didn't neglect to mention afterward how fast they'd packed up and abandoned either.