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Posted: 04/12/19 12:40pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

where to start , sat dish, carts for the Hondas, big recliners , enough chairs for the extended family as well as sleeping bags ,tents and outdoor games like horseshoes, ladder toss, corn hole, bocci , downsizing really opened our eyes lol


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

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^^^THIS^^^

"Mountain Pie" maker..

Yeah, DW insisted we had to have one, bought it, used it once in 15 yrs of camping and it made the absolute worst mess one could imagine and the "pies" were inedible burnt to a crisp on the edges and soggy in the middle..

Kind of reminds me, I think it is under the kitchen sink, might have to dispatch that piece of junk in the garbage when the DW isn't looking [image].. Offset her book collecting (similar to the "rock" collecting in the movie The Long Long Trailer..

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Gdetrailer wrote:

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^^^THIS^^^

"Mountain Pie" maker..

Yeah, DW insisted we had to have one, bought it, used it once in 15 yrs of camping and it made the absolute worst mess one could imagine and the "pies" were inedible burnt to a crisp on the edges and soggy in the middle..

Kind of reminds me, I think it is under the kitchen sink, might have to dispatch that piece of junk in the garbage when the DW isn't looking [image].. Offset her book collecting (similar to the "rock" collecting in the movie The Long Long Trailer..


LOL I bought some of these, and we have yet to use them. I think I bought them 3 years ago.

As for us, we've never once turned on the TV in the bedroom area. I've also never used the oven but that's usually because I cook outside.

We also use the loft bed above the slider to the garage area to store a bunch of extra bedding that we haven't touched since we put it up there. But I figure if we ever need it, like if the heat goes out, we'll be glad it's up there.


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Rake... First thing my wife bought when we got our first TT was a rake that we can store in the storage area. Have yet to use it.

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Rake... First thing my wife bought when we got our first TT was a rake that we can store in the storage area. On our third RV (first 5er) and have yet to use it.

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Our RV shower, It's just to small as we use the space for storage.

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Plastic leveling ramps, wicker like large Matt, large wheel clocks, 12 ton bottle jacks, coaches air system to air up tires, water tank other than dewinterizing , road flares ( knock on wood), foot rest on passenger chair, floor cover for stair well when traveling, large awning light, folding large plastic table, beach umbrella, beach chairs, collapsible sun hut, standard stinky slinky sewer hose, plug in battery charger, Coleman white gas lantern.

Lol, I guess that's my list of things to start removing.

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I had one of those telescoping rakes and used it each camping trip
Several years ago it vanished
Someday I'm going to get another one


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Cleaning up our national forests is a good idea. doesn't matter who thought of it.
I believe the idea goes way back to Teddy R.


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MrWizard wrote:

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


X2, have a pair in the original packaging yet. Windy it comes in.

That and the spare tire thank goodness.

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