LOL, yeah finding a place on the Wing for the two chocolates has been a real problem :-). Especially since our male rescue, Buddy, was diagnosed with diabetes about a year ago. He has to have two shots a day, and being a rescue, he still won't let anyone except Bettye and myself handle him. That has put a real damper on our camping. As a matter of fact, that's what led to the purchase of the Greyhawk. We had started camping more in our Eagle 288RLS and pack the chocolates in the backseat of our Ford F250 extended cab. Long trips are much longer since we have to stop every two hours to let the chocolates out to do their business and stretch there legs. They are worth it though and will do whatever we need to do to continue camping.