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Old 03-06-2011, 12:38 PM   #15
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Thanks everyone. I have been checking out some of the lists, and now I'm making one of my own. All I needed was a few ideas to get me started.

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Old 03-07-2011, 02:24 PM   #16
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I saw this Packing app recently for Iphone/Ipad. It had a field where you could enter the weight of whatever you're taking. That could be interesting to see how things add up! I suppose to be "camp compatible" you'd need to be able to designate whether it was going in the trailer or tow vehicle, but I guess you could have separate lists.

Here's a youtube review YouTube - Packing Pro - iPad travel packing list app review of the Ipad version the iPhone version has a much simpler user interface.

There's a short commercial in there at the front.


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Old 03-10-2011, 05:27 AM   #17
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I'm slowing moving away from using a list. I found if I didn't have it on the list, I'd forget to pack something! The nice thing about having a trailer, is it can stay packed for travel. The only things I need to pack.. are clothing and food. Everything else stays in/with the trailer. Yard sales, second hand stores and even my own cupboards have helped outfit the trailer with everything from towels to knives. Getting ready to go camping shouldn't be stressful. YMMV
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Old 03-10-2011, 06:28 AM   #18
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We've been traveling for 10 years and always forget something, always small stuff. You remember the computer, meds and phone but forget the Salt and Pepper or some other small thing. All it means is you buy it and have another thing you won't have to worry about forgetting next time because you'll have two and one you can leave in the trailer.

We tend to leave a lot in the trailer when we come home, taking out perishables and the like but leaving a good percentage there, making it easy to be quickly road worthy.

One thing we've learned is how little we need to be happy or to fill our basic needs. RVing is a very good teacher.


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