The floor of one of these. Noisy, hard, cold, bumpy ride.
That's crucial. And here I thought my last camping trip was tough when an unexpected lightning storm swept over the field we were sleeping on. You're braver than I ;)
In a sleeping bag on the ground, in a tent!
Yup, the cold from the Earth will get you!
For sure, my fear was something crawly might crawl into that sleeping bag with me. lol
In a duce and a half.
The snow cave was cold but at least it formed around your body. :)
Oh yes that is awful, I broke my ankle and had to stay in ER all night waiting for a room upstairs. My backside hurt more than my ankle after 12 hours on a stretcher , I sure hope I place my feet securely from now on that was no fun at all.
In a tree...
On the ground, in 130 degree heat, in the shade of vehicle wearing body armor.
My office floor at my old job.
Grandparents floor of their apartment. They didn't have enough rooms, and some how their floor felt like laying on cement... with a paper thin piece of carpet. I haven't felt another home floor like that.
A laundromat. I slept there for warmth in the winter as I was homeless.
Oh poor thing all must be better for you now?
I've had a very exciting, sucessfull life. I wouldn't trade a thing. Thank you for asking😊
On a chair, in the airport.
My favorite spot as a child was on a rocky ledge that blocked the wind a , I would find that spot every spring, but alas the pasture was purchased and all my favorite things blown up and houses built upon them. Gosh I do hate changes and miss my little grassy area with the bright sun shining,
an armchair that stretches out into a bed, it was way too short for me, half of my legs hanging out
in the police station victim support lounge - shoddy old sofa but safest place I've ever been