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Old 08-21-2009, 07:25 PM   #1
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The inside (and outside) of our UHaul is decorated in blue and (surprise, surprise!) orange, with a southwest flavor to it.

Walmart has these neat back to college things that you can use if you have decor that matches their colors. I can't tell you all of the colors that they carry; I know that they have black, lime green, and of course, orange.

So a week ago, we bought a full-length mirror whose frame was orange that I (or more precisely, Kevin hangs it) hang between the bathroom door and the closet. And today, believe it or not, I scored an orange coffeepot (5 cup)! And, should we ever want to take them along, it came with an orange iron, and an orange toaster. If this same stuff is at your Walmart, it only costs $20.00, all three items together.

They were in a strange place in my Walmart, so you might want to ask someone if you don't find them. They were with the lunchboxes in my store.

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Old 08-21-2009, 07:42 PM   #2
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What fun! I think these trailers kinda lend themselves to theme decorating. I bet most of us decorate totally different than we'd ever consider doing in our homes.... It's almost like having a Doppelgänger take over.

I just wish my Doppelgänger would get the hang of "clean."

Now where are your pictures?
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And today, believe it or not, I scored an [b]orange coffeepot (5 cup)! And, should we ever want to take them along, it came with an [b]orange iron, and an [b]orange toaster.
OK, I get the Toaster that matches the Coffeepot. But an Iron?
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Old 08-21-2009, 09:50 PM   #5
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OK, I get the Toaster that matches the Coffeepot. But an Iron?


It's Walmart. What can I say? They must think college kids iron their clothes .

I suppose I could use it as a bug zapper .

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Here's the front of the trailer. I discovered that we have no pictures of the UHaul with the bed made, only pictures of it as Kevin was fixing it up. I will post the rest later when we go camping on Labor Day weekend and have it set up. My mother crocheted a beautiful afghan in a Cherokee pattern that I plan to use in some capacity, and that way I can include the orange kitchen items.

Lest you think it is just me, Kevin asked today if there might be an orange cutting board available. We use a cutting board to cover the stove since we cook outside most of the time (on a blue Coleman while sitting in our blue chairs under our orange and blue "Chandelier" in our blue FirstUp). He did admit that if I could not find one, since the current cutting board is blue, it is fine.

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