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Lynx levelers. Glad I bought a second set at a garage sale. The site we are at now is uneven side to side and crowned in the middle. Two bags of Lynx down and I still had to borrow wood planks to get the stabilizers to reach the ground.


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There are many things you use all the time in an RV. Seating. Kitchen stuff (I really like my steamer it's heating supper as I type) Fridge (Keeps the leftovers till I steam them) Bed.

And since I drink park water. filter-filtered.. Well even filtered-filtered (That's filtered twice) there is sometimes enough difference that I need to use one other thing.. A lot.. The fist tank of either the spring/summer or fall/winter season.. Fact. 80 gallons of fresh lasted me from Halloween to Thanksgiving, and the next 80.. 1 week. That was 2017. Last fall I tanked up at about 2/3 a few times (weekly for a month) and thus "Adjusted" without the after effects.


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Weather permitting we always use the awning with our folding rockers and the fire pit most every evening while enjoying a nice beverage.

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The bed, I use it every night LOL

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I assume you mean additions, accessories or modifications.... Not just the stock RV.

I use my added Fantastic Fan a lot and consider it one of the best mods.


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My stainless steel washer drum! Yeah, we used to use a porcelain Maytag drum, but I had a neighbor with an LG top load washer that crapped out.
He dragged it to the curb for County pick up.
I dragged it up the driveway and gutted it! WAY bigger than the Maytag.
And the hotter you get it, the more colors its changes!
Every camping trip I use the washer drum. Love it and will even use it in the summer,, the holes in the side are majestic!
Have had it so hot the whole thing was orange, woke up the next day and it was blue and purple and orange!
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Our 12 cup electric Percolator!

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A road atlas. I know the younger crowd will snicker, but I can peruse the big atlas and find things that are somewhat along our route and might make an interesting side trip. We specially go for things denoted as "scenic". I haven't been able to do that as well, using a GPS system. And when we've gone to places to really explore, we bring along a Gazetteer as well (especially if we're off-roading)

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