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Posted: 03/28/12 12:45pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We just put a full size dirty laundry hamper in the shower and at night when taking a shower we just move it to a corner in the bathroom (I think it will fit between the toilet and the wall) until we are done maybe 30 minutes then back in it goes. It rides well in there, under our bed is enough linen and blankets for about 10 people, I do not know why DW thinks we need that much unless it was from when our kids were young, over twenty years ago, and brought their friends with us camping. Our trailer only sleeps 4 and that is with a cot setup and not much room for more even kids.

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Currently in a basket in the tub. Go through a fair bit potty training kids. I am debating installing a laundry chute from the master bedroom into the basement or installing a drawer in one of the dinette seats.


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When we were full-timers, that was the joy of having the Splendide washer/dryer combo. Toss the dirty clothes into the washer, turn it on, and forget it. When done, or before bed, whichever comes last, just put the clean clothes away!
It worked great!


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Nudist campgrounds are the best and you won't have that problem. HA HA Just kidding. You could keep a tote with a lid outside under you camper.


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Army surplus laundry bags...cheap, last forever, I have a hanger for them in the bedroom.


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Posted: 03/28/12 08:08pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We didn't have any place either so we added one:

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I know you say you are using your shower, but even so, that is still where we keep ours. I just move it during shower time, and put it back after.

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MALE*RN*777 wrote:

Nudist campgrounds are the best and you won't have that problem. HA HA Just kidding. You could keep a tote with a lid outside under you camper.


Someone posted a link to a nudist campground once on a thread where someone was looking for a good place to camp, so for a minute there, I was not sure if you were kidding. LOL

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We put a rubbermaid hamper in front of the useless back door. We got one on wheels so it travels very well and DH has no excuse to leave clothes on the floor. :-)

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We have a quad bunk area in our TT. On one side there is a bunk with some storage area underneath it. In the photo below if you look to the right there is a place with a shelf. The ladder goes there and we normally place a small white clothes basket there on the floor and place the clothes in it. If we are on a longer trip, more than a weekend, we have one of those mesh bags that we will use and place there in place of the clothes basket when it fills up. We also have all that room on top of that bunk there that is unused. And can place it up there is we want.




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