With GM, Ford, et al closing cavernous factories for good, what should we do with these perfectly good buildings? Many of these facilities have their own sewage plants, even generators and such. In effect, these are self-contained facilities, many in prime holiday areas, such as the Stevens plant on Hartwell Lake in South Carolina. My idea is convert these massive buildings into indoor trailer camps. Full-time senior citizen RVers would welcome an indoor trailer camp because it's warm and out of the elements. Developers could put in swimming pools and the like, all indoors. They could even have a doctor there, right on site. Then our senior citizens could camp there for the winter instead of in the desert in Arizona without facilities. It's a win-win situation. China and Mexico get our jobs, our U.S. consumers get cheaper prices and our senior citizens have a warm, dry place to stay in their trailers! And the local people of means would avoid seeing trailer camps from their gated communities, because they would be inside! Developers: Go for it!