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Old 07-01-2006, 02:00 PM   #29
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Ted III- Thanks for the suggestion of RV Vacation Planner.com. They have some great lists to work from. It appears as though it is easy to load up a couple of tons of things in the accessories/parts/tools/spares department. I'm used to taking a lot more than I need or will probably ever use, but me thinks one has to do some serious thinning of "baggage".

When I was a college student many years ago I worked a couple of summers at the Greyhound Bus terminal in downtown L.A. as a baggage clerk loading and unloading the compartments in the bottom of those buses. It always amazed me how much "stuff" we could squeeze into those luggage compartments! Bending over and unloading all that luggage was a monster even for a strong young man. I keep visualizing loading all this "stuff" into the under-coach storage, only to have to pull it out again!

History repeats itself.

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Old 07-01-2006, 02:34 PM   #30
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Rick:
Remember: "Nature abhors a vacuum"

When you see that open space your subconscience will figure out what to put in it.
Been there and still doing it.
Have fun.
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