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Old 02-05-2013, 08:01 PM   #15
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I am not allowed to store anything in the overhead cabs. Lucy has dibs for her rock collection.
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Old 02-07-2013, 03:53 PM   #16
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In the Casita I have never really considered reserving the Overhead cabinets for lighter weight items?
They seem very strong to me and I just have not thought of limiting things in there.

I carry pretty much anything everywhere that I need to to get the item in the trailer.
There has been little movement or destruction of any kind too.

I guess I do keep the bottled water and spent uranium on the floor but just because it is easier to see how much is left there!

Just my experience.
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I am not allowed to store anything in the overhead cabs. Lucy has dibs for her rock collection.
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I'm assuming you're talking cabinets with doors- I absentmindedly left one of my Fine Rock Specimens on an open overhead shelf and it bounced off and broke a rear window!

My kitchen overheads have dishes, the front overhead is clothes, the rear is games/papergoods, and the side rears are washbuckets/towels, first aid kit, and space left over for the miscellanea that's on the table/benches when we go to fold the dinette down to a bed.

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I guess I do keep the bottled water and spent uranium on the floor but just because it is easier to see how much is left there!
Because I hate running out of spent uranium.
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Because I hate running out of spent uranium.
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