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The Magma grill gets set up, even if there for a one nighter & dinner not planned yet.


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Cordless drill for the stabs. Lawn chairs.


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Comfortable chair and a down sleeping bag.

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What I use all the time....

TOILET PAPER.

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Fridge and/or Coffee pot

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For cooking it would be my old school Coleman stove and cast iron frying pans. For entertainment, it would be whatever book I am reading at the time.


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The camper.

I suppose the next thing might be the Blow Poke I got for Christmas. It helps on the campfire. Or, maybe the grill I have that goes over the fire. I've had it for about 6 years and the grate on it is burning though. I need to get it fixed.

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TV and microwave, we live in the camper. It is a convection microwave and we actually cook in it. The TV is how we get news while on the road.
Bathroom facilities of course, We don't carry a lot of stuff we wouldn't use may the occasion arise.


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I use my RV every time.


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The Weber Baby Q, the Keurig and the MarCell RV Temp. Alert for our dog.


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