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Old 05-01-2016, 07:17 PM   #1
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Getting there!!

Well our first adventure is approaching! Still have almost 3 weeks to go!! Driving me nuts! My GF and I have the trailer mostly outfitted need a couple minor things and I'm sure once we get out its gonna be, "Gee we didn't need this" and "we should have brought that". But its all good and we are looking forward to it! I just wanted to thank all the folks on here for the help and education they have given to me in the past few months. More to come!!
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We always have a pad & pen in out camper for those "oh we shoulda" items!
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We always have a pad & pen in out camper for those "oh we shoulda" items!
Ditto that. And by November we have everything in there, just in time to unload for winter. Then we "borrow" stuff from the camper storage boxes all winter, and start the whole process over in spring!
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Ditto that. And by November we have everything in there, just in time to unload for winter. Then we "borrow" stuff from the camper storage boxes all winter, and start the whole process over in spring!
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Odds are high you will experience what most of us have when moving into a full size camper for the first time. Each trip, you keep bringing something you forgot. Soon many months go buy and you find where you put stuff is not the most convenient. So you rearrange the camper. After about 3, re-arranges you get it about right.

Then after about 3 years, we have too much stuff... I have not used that in 3 years now... So you start weeding out some things you never used but though you needed.

It's gonna happen, nothing you can do to stop it, just enjoy, have fun and repeat history one more time....
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Old 05-04-2016, 05:41 AM   #6
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Odds are high you will experience what most of us have when moving into a full size camper for the first time. Each trip, you keep bringing something you forgot. Soon many months go buy and you find where you put stuff is not the most convenient. So you rearrange the camper. After about 3, re-arranges you get it about right.

Then after about 3 years, we have too much stuff... I have not used that in 3 years now... So you start weeding out some things you never used but though you needed.

It's gonna happen, nothing you can do to stop it, just enjoy, have fun and repeat history one more time....
I found this funny!! Thanks John!!
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I found this funny!! Thanks John!!
Funny but so true!
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funny but so true!
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Yup, new camper history will continue to repeat itself....LOL
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Our most important item? Money! And plenty of it.
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Our most important item? Money! And plenty of it.
Yeah that item makes most things easier!!
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