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theoldwizard1

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Posted: 06/13/20 07:45pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

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It has its own liquor cabinet that I keep stocked.

Can I come visit ? [emoticon]

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Some good info.

As always, trying to find some balance.

I'll have to think camping, but not quite as much. Someone asnwered above about linens. Hadn't decided if we were going blankets or bags. I think we have some leftover queen sheets from way back when and that will be easier to launder than a sleeping bag.

Started moving some stuff into the camper. Spent about an hour cleaning it last night and my son did some more today. Storage will be tight, but I also want to try to avoid filling it all up. Time will tell how well I accomplish the "keep it minimal" idea. Time of year will also play a big role.


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silverbullet555 wrote:

Someone answered above about linens. Hadn't decided if we were going blankets or bags. I think we have some leftover queen sheets from way back when and that will be easier to launder than a sleeping bag.


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This is my linens. I bought a Beddy's and really like it.
Its all one piece.

Beddy's queen


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specta wrote:

silverbullet555 wrote:

Someone answered above about linens. Hadn't decided if we were going blankets or bags. I think we have some leftover queen sheets from way back when and that will be easier to launder than a sleeping bag.


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This is my linens. I bought a Beddy's and really like it.
Its all one piece.

Beddy's queen


That's interesting and something to look into in the future.

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But, people seem to be able to hike/hunt/tent camp carrying everything in their backpack


I carry all that stuff from my pack..Sawyer water filter/MH freeze dried food etc..I can camp one day or one month anytime..I carry everything needed for either.Hunting season equals more gunz and ammo(heavy) than I usually carry..Fishing season is much lighter..Wood getting season is really heavy with extra gas and saws but that's with a trailer so weight is dispersed...

I camp way back in the hills so I carry stuff needed to get back when something unexpected happens an it sometimes does..My TC could easily be a so called(internet lingo) lol bug out camper 24/7..

Sleeping bags over a made bed/cupboards full of food/wheel wells full of batteries and tools/chains/gas/shovels/axes/battery chargers and I always have a generator and an air compressor..

And ofcourse..The wifes Iron skillets and dutch oven...[emoticon]


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Posted: 06/14/20 07:55am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

The camper is a second home.
Thusly, pretty much everything.

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theoldwizard1 wrote:

specta wrote:

It has its own liquor cabinet that I keep stocked.

Can I come visit ? [emoticon]


Certainly. [emoticon]

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I have everything I need. Full kitchen and bathroom items always remain in it. Only things I have to load for a trip is my laptop, ipad, food and water. I keep some clothes in it, but usually just take enough to last a few days more than the trip, or two weeks. Then I stop and do laundry.


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In my case, it's what does SHE keep in her camper !! Mtcy. trailer is mine . lol

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I keep adding stuff.

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