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Old 06-29-2013, 02:46 PM   #1
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What to take camping and where to put it?

We have just bought a 13' boler and our family consists of me, my wife and our 7 month old baby oh and our small dog.

Our boler doesnt have a drawer above the fridge as the previous owner installed a larger fridge instead.

We bought the ikea trovost and have installed that in the closet.

What sort of things to do keep in your trailer for camping, and where do you store everything?
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Old 06-29-2013, 03:06 PM   #2
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Here's a thread with a lot of storage ideas in it. http://www.fiberglassrv.com/forums/f...per-57376.html
I keep all my standard supplies (blankets, sheets, towels, dishes, pans, tools, electrical cords, etc) in the camper at all times. dishes go above the kitchen area, blankets, towels go into closet, pans and other kitchen stuff goes under front seat. My electrical and 'set up' gear such as leveling blocks and wheel chocks, I keep in a milk crate ready to take out when I first set up. Some of my other camping supplies (small portable grill, outside lights, etc) I keep in a big plastic bin, ready to go. I have my own camping chairs that I also keep in the camper. That way, whenever I decide to camp, I'll only need to pack my food and clothes.
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Old 06-30-2013, 11:19 AM   #3
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Most of my storage ideas are in the "Storage Ideas for EggCamper" link posted earlier.

In addition, I hang a modified (or custom-made) shoe holder bag on the inside of the closet door. We find it's easiest to put our clothes in duffel bags and put them under the bed. You only need your clothes 2 times per day and it's easy to pull out the duffel and put it on the bed when needed. We generally keep the bed up at all times. That way we don't have to make up the benches and table all the time. When the weather is inclement, then we'll set up the table.

Since you have a baby, I'm sure you are experts already in bringing his/her accoutrements!

Basically, try to keep everything as simple as possible!
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