A nice idea for a thread, thank you.
I'm a single teacher up north, and I love my camping season each summer. I really look forward to heading south and picking up my trailer and going on with my adventures. Life, especially when I'm in larger southern centres, can get a little dull at times in the summer, and seeing happy families and couples camping can cause me to feel a little left out. I often go for walks up and down the rows of my campgrounds, and I remember one retired couple chatting with me, inviting me to their site for pie and ice cream, and generally just chatting with me about life, experiences, etc. Maybe I looked a little down to them, but it made me feel a whole lot better, and I still think about that little visit.
My other, bigger one, was last August, getting to my camper after finally beating cancer. Cancer forced me to miss most of a school year, go through two surgeries and 21 shots of chemo. When I finally beat it, getting to my trailer last August, even though it was for only a couple of weeks, was wonderful.