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Old 02-09-2012, 04:25 PM   #15
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Paper Plates

We do carry paper plates but only use them when tryine to conserve gray tank space. Generally we use plastic glasses, plates and bowls, both light and unbreakable.
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Old 02-09-2012, 05:25 PM   #16
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Cool My list

Trailer Contents Inventory:
1. Convection/Microwave Oven
2. 5,000 BTU Window Air Conditioner
3. 13” Toshiba analog TV/VCR combo, 1 Digital TV converter
4. VHS tape storage case (to be filled from home library)
5. 300 watt inverter (12 volt DC to 120 volt AC)
6. 1 King size goose down Comforter
7. 1 King size blanket
8. 2 King size Duvets
9. 2 complete King Size sheet/pillowcase sets, (600 thread count)
10. 4 King size Bed Pillows
11. 24” Teddy Bear
12. 1 woven vinyl patio mat (9’ x 12’)
13. 2 beach towels
14. 2 complete (bath & hand) towel & washcloth sets
15. 1 alarm clock (for medicine schedule)
16. Toiletries, toilet brush, cleaning supplies
17. Kitchen oven mitt / pot holder / dishtowel set
18. Complete measuring cup & spoon set
19. Melamine dish service for 4 (plates, bowls, cups & saucers)
20. Stainless flatware service for 8
21. Corning 9 cup stove-top coffee percolator
22. Coleman 10 cup stove-top drip-brew coffeemaker
23. 4 commuter lidded coffee mugs
24. Battery operated hand mixer
25. 1 large covered deep dish frying pan
26. 1 small covered saucepan
27. 2 sink cover/cutting boards
28. 2 baking pans & 1 broiler pan (For 3 burner stove with oven)
29. Several covered Tupperware bowls
30. 4 Tupperware compartmented food trays
31. 4 Tupperware Drinking Glasses, 2 12 oz. and 2 6 oz.
32. Assorted utensils: spatulas, large knives, openers, corkscrews, etc.
33. Tupperware canisters of coffee, sugar, & powdered non-dairy creamer
34. Box of assorted cooking spices
35. 1 Bottle of extra virgin olive oil
36. 2 butane lighters, 1 butane refill canister
37. Can of Cooking Spray
38. paper towels, box of Kleenex, extra toilet paper
39. Large mesh bag for dirty clothes
40. 2 fleece sweaters
41. “Ceramic” Cube electric heater
42. small portable electric fan
43. Broom, brush, & dustpan
44. 12 Volt Coleman Camping Lantern
45. 50’ yellow extension cord on reel holder
46. 1 each: 10’, 25’, & 50’ white water hose (potable use)
47. 1 each 25’ gray water hose (non-potable use)
48. 20’ red sewer hose with connectors and end caps
49. Telescoping support stand for sewer hose
50. Disposable plastic gloves (bag of 50)
51. 100’ 75-ohm TV cable
52. Assorted electrical adapters
53. 5 gallon “Port-A-Way’st” gray water tote
54. 12 volt yellow spotlight
55. 12 volt air pump
56. collection of books about travel trailers (most by Douglas Keister)
57. several decks of cards (Poker, Canasta, Uno)
58. 1 Cribbage board
59. 1 Wooden Pink Flamingo whirligig
60. 2 plastic Lawn Pink Flamingos
61. 2 sets awning patio lights with dedicated extension cord
62. Fire Extinguisher, mounted to side of refrigerator cabinet.

Towing and “other” stuff kept in trailer:
1. 2 sets of 10 each “Lego” style leveling blocks
2. 4 stabilizing jacks
3. 2 “Locking” scissors tire chocks for dual axles
4. 1 hydraulic jack with handle
5. Weight Distributing Hitch spring arms & Ball Mount
6. Friction Anti-Sway Bar
7. Extension mirrors for tow vehicle
8. 4 Tire covers
9. “Master Lock” hitch lock set with case

Standing by for quick addition:
1. 45 watt solar panels in carrying case
2. Portable group 27 Battery
3. 10’ x 10’ EZ-up Screen shelter
4. 2 Folding Chairs
5. 2 Folding Bicycles
6. 2 Folding Tables
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Old 02-23-2012, 11:50 AM   #17
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Snakes, we don't need no stinking snakes...........

We too use most of the items in this article in our Scamp 5er, however I believe Country Singer Toby Keith said it all in his new hit single!

MY RED SOLO CUP................I fill you up, let's have a party!



You just can't have enough of those red solo cups!
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Old 02-23-2012, 02:05 PM   #18
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FIRE EXTINGUISHER, but always mount, dont leave loose to roll around and ACCIDENTLY go off. I speakith from experience.....not fun to clean up. Shame on anyone who takes plastic plates/utensils.....bad for the ecology. We keep two sets of clothes, winter & summer in our rig as we keep her in storage. Baby wipes are great for bath/personal hygiene if boondocking. Broke too many plastic knives and forks cutting into meat.
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Old 02-23-2012, 02:14 PM   #19
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Snakes, we don't need no stinking snakes...........

We too use most of the items in this article in our Scamp 5er, however I believe Country Singer Toby Keith said it all in his new hit single!

MY RED SOLO CUP................I fill you up, let's have a party!



You just can't have enough of those red solo cups!
One of my favorite cd's...not a bad song on it. Yep! Love those red solo cups.
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Old 02-23-2012, 02:24 PM   #20
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Fred is the Master RV man. Anyone just starting out should keep an eye out for Fred's posts. We all feel most blessed that he is in our camping community. He has provided so much knowledge for us all.
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Old 02-23-2012, 03:50 PM   #21
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Trailer Contents Inventory:
What I want to know Frederick is did you go out and do the inventory just to post here or did you already have it????? If you already had it then that is indeed impressive!! I keep think for insurance purposes I should probable do a list one day .......

My trailer also has its own set of everything & I keep/leave ever thing in the trailer when its not in use - except for clothing and perishable foods. On returning home from a trip I dump out all the clothing food and dirty towels, sheets and blankets and rugs - all but the clothing goes back into the trailer right away once cleaned. I save the thick plastic bags with zippers on them that new sheets & blankets come in for storing the linens in the trailer. If I did not do that I know all to well I would forget something..... hummm like the towels I left at home once.....
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Old 02-23-2012, 08:15 PM   #22
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Aside from the usual STUFF...I always keep in my trailer
a Flamingo
Flipflops
Tarp and bungees
And NO Stinkin snakes!
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Old 02-23-2012, 10:58 PM   #23
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Like Donna D. I leave everything in the trailer year round, except food.

My Scamp doesn't usually sit for very long in between trips, a couple months at most. I generally leave several sweat pants & tops, a couple weeks worth of underwear, several jeans & shorts, towels/wash clothes, pj's, other misc. clothes and the bed is always made. I can bug out in a heart beat by simply grabbing my dog and a bit of food and I'm good for a couple of weeks.

Yes, I use regular dishes and flatware. I figure if I've got to wash the pots and pans it's no big deal to do a couple of dishes as well. I do carry several different sizes of paper plates also. But no plastic silverware.

After 11 years with my Scamp I can say I want for nothing whether traveling, RV'ing or camping. My little Scamp has got it all. And ready for any invite to go or hey we don't need an invite.
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FIRE EXTINGUISHER, but always mount, dont leave loose to roll around and ACCIDENTLY go off.
62. Fire Extinguisher, mounted to side of refrigerator cabinet.

I forgot about that.
I've had this list for some time, and updated some items...
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Old 02-24-2012, 12:15 AM   #25
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Paper plates, bowls and cups, saves wash-up water. Sleeping bags, a blanket, and pillows. Rain coats, swim suits, flip flops, slippers and a day use back pack. We haven't done anything resembling hiking in about 20 years, too old and decrepit.

We only bring an old TV if we expect to have hookups, about 50% of the time.
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Old 02-24-2012, 05:21 AM   #26
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Hi: All... We also have this little tool kit from IKEA FIXA 17-piece tool kit - IKEA It stays in the storage bin year round.
Alf S. North shore of Lake Erie
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Old 02-24-2012, 05:27 AM   #27
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holy toledo fred,,, can you still get inside your trailer????

P.S. its a rubber snake,,,,,but don't tell my wife/
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Hi: All... We also have this little tool kit from IKEA FIXA 17-piece tool kit - IKEA It stays in the storage bin year round.
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