We got a 2017 [email protected]
320 S last June, so we are just starting our second season. We camp with two 50-lb. Airedale Terriers who want to sleep in the camper with us, so we need to work them into the sleeping arrangements and bedding materials. We have two 2" twin-size ventilated foam toppers for comfort, two queen flat sheets (fitted won't work) and a queen lightweight quilt that we used in 2017. I got the twin toppers so we'd have them available for when we might not want to make up the bed to be a queen and just sleep on the side cushions. In the morning if we don't want to leave the bed as it is for whatever reason, we roll up the toppers and sheets toward the back of the camper and brace them with the pillows to hold them in place. (We don't put that back seat rest up.) For aesthetics, we cover that "bed roll" with the folded quilt and then put the Lagun table back up and have the regular seating setup. This year I got two very lightweight fleece full-zip sleeping bags from LL Bean to use for side-bench twin sleeping or as a light cover instead of quilt. In May, we camped several nights in VA with day-time temps in the 90s and nights in mid-60s and having left quilt home, used opened up fleece bags as our cover when sleeping. It was perfect and easier than a quilt to wash the dog hair off when back at home. You will find that the less you have in terms of weight and bulk, the better!