Why, this? I gave up sleeping on the ground (not even an air-mattress) after my very first foray to the Easter Races at Mount Panorama in the mid-seventies. That FIRST trip, I bedded-down under a plastic flysheet pulled over two motorcycles ,-- but never again! Bit-by-bit I upgraded my camping equipment (over the decades), and my current equipment includes a Sleeping Stretcher like so: . . . and a lightweight tent tall enough to stand erect once inside. I've given up on those crawl-in (hands and knees) tents some Twenty Years ago. Now I have a trailer - I'm not prepared to forgo basic creature comforts. At the very least, any senior-aged rider should have some above-the-ground dry sleeping comfort . . . . to this kind of standard. Even the tents today can be self-erecting!