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Old 08-11-2016, 03:47 PM   #57
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well I kinda cheated...(sorry OP, didn't mean to hijack)
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I have 2 mats, a smaller on and a larger one. They fold up and store well. Make sure to take them up if it is going to rain, they soak up a lot of water and will flood a storage area if you put them in wet.
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Old 08-14-2016, 07:36 PM   #59
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I bought a very light weight outdoor rug off the roll from Mennards. Super cheap, light weight, easy to roll up. I think I paid around $ 17.00 for a 6ft by 14 ft piece. I didn't need to have it bound and it hasn't raveled.
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Old 08-14-2016, 07:54 PM   #60
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Slight hi-jack of the thread...I see you have a boat. Do you tow it separately or with the RV? And if you tow with the RV, how do you put it in the water? Thanks!
Not to hi-jack either, but we pull and launch our boat with our coach. It is easy to launch, just remember to take it slow when backing down the ramp.

Here is my pic of our camp site set up on our last motorhome/boat trip.
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I put the picnic bench inside the screen house and there's still plenty of room for additional chairs. Keeps the bugs away too!
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I think everybody missed the 3000 miles in 2 weeks. Everything everybody suggested is fine but 3 thousand miles, you won't have much time for camping because you'll be driving most of time.
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I put the picnic bench inside the screen house and there's still plenty of room for additional chairs. Keeps the bugs away too!
I have a screen tent, not nearly as nice as yours, that i can pit up in about 30 seconds. We use it to scout ahead and mark camp sites. Also works great as a place to set up the camp stove when the weather is threatening.
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I put the picnic bench inside the screen house and there's still plenty of room for additional chairs. Keeps the bugs away too!
Yep, love our Clam. I can even do it myself
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I think everybody missed the 3000 miles in 2 weeks. Everything everybody suggested is fine but 3 thousand miles, you won't have much time for camping because you'll be driving most of time.
Wish she'd return for an update. I think you're right...no time for relaxin'.
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I think everybody missed the 3000 miles in 2 weeks. Everything everybody suggested is fine but 3 thousand miles, you won't have much time for camping because you'll be driving most of time.
A 3,000 mile shake down adventure to top it off. Brave campers I would say.
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Wish she'd return for an update. I think you're right...no time for relaxin'.
They are probably already on the road. I can relate to their time and travel dilemma. Working full time and living two days away from cooler weather can necessitate travelling long distances in a relatively short time. I'm about to embark on a 2500-2800 mi trip myself, for 17 days. It will be two hard days on each end, with short moves in between. You just have to work with what's available. Sounds like the OP has kids that probably have to be back for school pretty soon.
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We always carry two dog pens that hook together to give our pups lots of room. We also carry a plastic fence to block the underside of the MH cause one of them has figured out she likes to escape by crawling under
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My dog would be over (or through!) that in a NY second

And most parks we stay at require that he be on leash all the time anyway when outside...
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