Seward, Alaska, on the 4th of July.  Note the condensation on the windows.  We had just watched the fireworks display, which starts a midnight when it gets "sort of" dark.  It was foggy, and we were able to watch the display from under the wing, then crawl into the plane for a night's sleep.

The Cessna 206 is a remarkably versatile aircraft.  In addition to carrying everything we needed at a reasonable airspeed (135 knots) it also served as a very cozy little house for us.  As you can see here, the bags got stored in the front seats, some other baggage was stored aft in the small baggage area, and there was still plenty of room to sit  up and read or sleep comfortably.  Access through either the pilots door or the large baggage doors was simple.