First order of business is to set up camp.
One of the first things I always do is to set up the bed. Bed as in singular. The bed starts out as a dinette and couch. This picture doesn't do it justice since the dinette is already collapsed and the couch is loaded with all the blankets and pillows.
With a little effort and re-arranging while climbing around on your knees, it ends up looking like this:
We hadn't barely unloaded when the kids spotted an pick up baseball game across the field that looked like it could use a few more people. They grabbed the mitts kept in the trailer and headed out to play.
Most motocross tracks are in the middle of nowhere. Sebewaing isn't exactly "somewhere" but its next to the Pioneer Sugar factory. The town of Sebewaing is only a mile away so no doubt they can probably hear the racing on windy days but they only do 8 race days there, never start before 9 a.m. and are usually done by 6. Considering the number of people the races bring to town, I guess they feel it's worth the bit of noise. And my guess is that the sugar doesn't mind!