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rk911

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Acampingwewillgo wrote:

...Just to be different, I love my TV's and yet, I can still spend enough time outside to meet and greet the whole neighborhood! Funny how that works!!

X2. my wife is partially disabled and at times the SAT TV is her best friend. different strokes...

and agree with the oven. about all we ever baked were biscuits for sunday morning b'fast. on our current MH we deleted the oven for additional kitchen storage and instead have a convection/MW oven. suits us.


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Outside propane stove (built-in). Just dead weight.


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We have a small outdoor oven with two=burner on top. We use that since the ovens inside gets the fifth wheel way too hot, even in winter. Ours still has the paperwork taped to the shelves, but we do store our bread in there.


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kellertx5er wrote:

Outside propane stove (built-in). Just dead weight.


Which we used all the time. [emoticon] Different strokes, yada, yada, yada. [emoticon]


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Sat. dish





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Desert Captain wrote:

Television and/or DVD player. Watching the tube has absolutely nothing to do with camping. We enjoy spending about 13 hours a day outside weather permitting and it usually does. If the weather does happen to drive us inside we are far more likely to be reading, listening to music, napping or perhaps a little better than that or just chatting than watching a screen. [emoticon]

I see motorhomes with 3 and even 4 TV's and have to wonder... what were they thinking? [emoticon]

Oh well, different strokes.

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Same Here!

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EZ up canopy. I put it in last year, and it hasn't moved since. It is coming out as soon as we lose about 18" of snow.


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The microwave oven is seldom used. Use it for cooking baking potatoes only.

Got a good one for never used. Long story but we have been carrying around a never used spare trailer axle for about 5 years.


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Tire changing tools, God I hope I never use them.
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