I might get to go for a whole week! I haven't done that much Pennsic since 2005ish. Wow.
I have a newish camp pad - it was a splurge. 4" thick inflated, so I'm well off the ground and comfy, but not a bouncy house mess like an inflatable air mattress. Also means it can fit closer to the edges of the tent. Somebody managed to cut a 1cm gash in it by incorrectly stuffing it into the car (after he was shown how to stow it!) when it went to Pennsic last year without me. I think I've patched it. Need to sleep on it to test. Patch kit definitely comes to Pennsic.
My old 10x10 pop-up broke, plastic going to pieces, legs coming undone... pretty awful, considering it got used probably fewer than a dozen times. So I bought a real EZ-Up this time, hoping it'll be better quality. It's a 10x10 frame, but it has a 1' eave all around, making the shade footprint 12x12. Sweet! The new 7x9 nylon tent I used at BotB last year fits under it wonderfully.
I have coolers ranging in size from Gozilla to gecko. No need to pack a stove, I'm told. Will probably bring a bucket for washing clothes, maybe my drying rack? At least a clothesline.
The Sports Authority had folding rocking chairs and those zero gravity chairs on sale. Man. I'm tempted. Very comfy. But I'm also trying to keep my "stuff" footprint down, and what will I do with it when Pennsic is over?
I want to sew up a cover for the camp pad. I had half a mind to do it in linen for the sheer ostentation of it, but I do have an old high threadcount bedsheet that I could repurpose. I may sew the top sheet directly to the fitted sheet to keep it from pulling up at night.
Also, I need to check my garb levels. I've had enough to clothe myself for a 3-4 day trip, but I may need something extra to make it through a week, even if I do the wash. The twice-daily clothing changes needed when it's hot out doesn't help!