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Posted: 02/04/21 12:25pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

CampinHappy wrote:

It's not often you seen this level of agreement on these forums [emoticon].

We don't get our trailer till this weekend but we now have a set of Correlle plates and bowls from Wally World.

Now, how about the best way to have a small spice rack? Hmm...any takers [emoticon] ?


https://www.amazon.com/SpiceStor-Organizer-Cabinet-Spice-Clips/dp/B005J9FNTK

Camping World and Amazon also sell small racks that hold only a few bottles. A quick search showed a number of options.


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RV-less for now but our spirits are still on the open road.

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My wife and I are both good cooks and we do most of our cooking outdoors while camping. We have a small metal bin that fits nicely in one of the upper cupboards which we keep all of our cooking necessities in. When we get ready to cook, one of us just grabs the bin and sets it on the picnic table. We bought the bin at Mewnards.


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We mostly use paper plates but have Correll for steak.


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Posted: 02/07/21 09:24am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Crowe wrote:

MikeDupont wrote:

We use paper also.
Call me Captain Evil if you wish- i really dont care what people think.


Ummm. Quite the chip on your shoulder already! No one is calling you Captain Evil. I don't see anyone judging just presenting different views. We all have our standards as to what we think is acceptable resource use.


Was making a joke via taking something to its silly extreme. Sorry if i offended you.

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Posted: 02/11/21 08:53am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

MikeDupont wrote:

Crowe wrote:

MikeDupont wrote:

We use paper also.
Call me Captain Evil if you wish- i really dont care what people think.


Ummm. Quite the chip on your shoulder already! No one is calling you Captain Evil. I don't see anyone judging just presenting different views. We all have our standards as to what we think is acceptable resource use.


Was making a joke via taking something to its silly extreme. Sorry if i offended you.




If you use the 'Advance Setting' to post youcan include emojis to let others in on your joke otherwise your post comes across as 'serious' *like yours did)
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Old-Biscuit wrote:

MikeDupont wrote:

Crowe wrote:

MikeDupont wrote:

We use paper also.
Call me Captain Evil if you wish- i really dont care what people think.


Ummm. Quite the chip on your shoulder already! No one is calling you Captain Evil. I don't see anyone judging just presenting different views. We all have our standards as to what we think is acceptable resource use.


Was making a joke via taking something to its silly extreme. Sorry if i offended you.




If you use the 'Advance Setting' to post youcan include emojis to let others in on your joke otherwise your post comes across as 'serious' *like yours did)
[emoticon] [emoticon] [emoticon]


yah, i'm usually just too lazy when i'm being flip tho. hitting that advanced posting button is just SO much effort on us retired folks.

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