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My little Weber charcoal grill. It's not as good as my Kamado at home but it works for camping and is way better than gas, imo.


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TheBar wrote:

Our Micca Speck. I know all the "purists" will say television does belong at the campgrounds. But to each their own and the DW and I must be the "eaches". So sorry everyone, after 60 years of camping TV is a big deal to us. We watch more TV at night when camping than we do at home. We record movies we haven't seen on a USB flash drive and the Micca Speck plays them back through the TV. The TV will also play the flash drive but is pretty primitive. I tore out the worthless dinette and installed a couple of recliners across from the TV. Our RV living room is now a home theater and we love it.


I had to look it up. It's like a fancy VCR ?? I haven't been able to record anything since my VCR broke. I refuse to spend hundreds of dollars to do what I could do with my 40 dollar VCR 15 years ago. I quit watching "most" TV after the digital conversion.

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suprz wrote:

We have 2 gps's a tablet and 2 cellphones with google maps and a hard copy road atlas.... AND still ended up on Moki Duguay in Utah.. Lol! Oh well, we survived and have a hell of a story to share


I assume you wanted to be there - awesome drive isn't it. At least it was in our toad. Don't want to do it in your RV.


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cross21114 wrote:

suprz wrote:

We have 2 gps's a tablet and 2 cellphones with google maps and a hard copy road atlas.... AND still ended up on Moki Duguay in Utah.. Lol! Oh well, we survived and have a hell of a story to share


I assume you wanted to be there - awesome drive isn't it. At least it was in our toad. Don't want to do it in your RV.


Actually we were in the Rv! My wife still has nightmares lol


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suprz wrote:

Just to go the other way... One thing I use ALL the time is my RVQ. I know folks hate them, etc.. But mine works well, does not heat the side of my RV, I never leave it unattended and like most things if used correctly is fine. Granted, it's only good for maybe 4 burgers, or 2 large steaks, so you have to know it's limitations. OH! and our walkie talkies, we DO NOT yell back and forth while backing into a campsite. But thoroughly enjoy the show when others do! [emoticon]


354 pages of "one thing you (posters) use all the time":

Pretty sure "IT" falls into one of the categories in this thread title -

"Handy Hints, Gadgets, Products & Gizmos

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Too many to list but it's been said we "eat like Kings" when we camp. So likely our forks!


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I'm going to say my lithium batteries. Go anywhere, do anything, without worrying about power (at least for several days), will the wife's cpap work, etc.

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