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Posted: 04/11/19 12:50pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

For me it's the Genturi... Used it once so far and have had it for 4 years [emoticon]. Oh yeah, and the toaster!

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awning tie downs, have never used them
if it gets too gusty, i roll up the awning, rather than use tie downs and chance the wind damage


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Does it have to be RV related or can it be anatomical? [emoticon]


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50 amp Male > 30 amp Female Dogbone.


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Television and/or DVD player. Watching the tube has absolutely nothing to do with camping. We enjoy spending about 13 hours a day outside weather permitting and it usually does. If the weather does happen to drive us inside we are far more likely to be reading, listening to music, napping or perhaps a little better than that or just chatting than watching a screen. [emoticon]

I see motorhomes with 3 and even 4 TV's and have to wonder... what were they thinking? [emoticon]

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built-in vacuum. put it in as there was no place to carry our small upright. not much carpeting in this MH and it's just as quick to use a broom and dustpan. most of the carpeting has throw rugs so we just shake them out.


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SoundGuy wrote:

50 amp Male > 30 amp Female Dogbone.


Lol... I had to borrow one of those on my last trip because the 30amp plug wasn't working.. I will probably get one "just in case "

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The blue tote. Bought it when we were camping at KY Horse Park 10 years ago or so and used it once that trip to dump the grey water. Haven't used it since. But we either stay at full hookup places, or if we stay someplace without sewer it's just for a night or two.

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Does it have to be RV related or can it be anatomical? [emoticon]


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The inside stove/oven, used it 3 times in 7 years.
Do all my cooking outside with a propane camp stove and portable BBQ.

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TV that if we have to, why not just stay home!

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