It’s called the Death Star because it’s too big to be a moon.
We bought our popup camper, or pup, as they say in the business, in 2006 to accommodate our five children on a road trip much like the one we’re preparing for now. This is a Fleetwood Utah model…I know! It’s so us! It sleeps eight, has a full length awning, and a cargo box on the tongue.
This is the “courtesy” side.
Here is the sofa, just inside and to the left, also the rear bunk, and the slide-out dinette area on the right.
The tilt-up galley, with a three-burner propane stove, small sink, and small refrigerator.
The forward bunk and console just inside to the right of the door.
The “utility” side, with outdoor shower, onboard water storage, water and grey water hookups, fridge controls, water heater, and electrical (30 amp).
Looks a lot bigger this way than when we are all inside during a rainstorm at Cub Camp. Just sayin’.