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Old 02-12-2012, 10:42 PM   #15
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Old 02-13-2012, 08:23 AM   #16
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If you have a phone from the Android platform there is an app that I got - RVList - it is pretty extensive. You can use it just to remind yourself of something but you should just look at what you use in the house because that is what you will want in the RV.
As for some CGs not wanting motorcycles, well yes there are some. We were looking at taking off for this coming weekend to an area and every CG around there on their sites said "No motorcycles" some of them even says "No Segways and No Golfcarts". Since everyone in that area says that it seems that we will not go there as we were going to take the bike instead of the truck this time.

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Old 02-13-2012, 10:23 AM   #17
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Hi, welcome to IRV2. The least amount of stuff I had to cart back and forth to the house the better. I furnished the RV with it own set of kitchen neccessities( pots and pans, dishes, silverware, coffee pot etc.), the bathroom with towels, bedroom with sheets etc. I did have to cart things in to launder but other than having to pack our food and our toiletries, everything else was stored in the RV. You will find your own routine as you start traveling. Enjoy!
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Old 02-14-2012, 05:28 AM   #18
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Thanks to all....I'm pretty sure the first few trips will find things that we should have been taking with us and maybe others that we didn't need , but in time will figure it out. It is all about having fun and enjoying the nature, right? Allot of good info and advice from everyone. We'll make sure when we take the bike will ask ahead if we will be welcome or not. We can't wait for somewhat nice weather in the mean while my lovey is getting the RV ready, she is packing everything u guys say here We are very excited , can u tell?
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A few other things I can think of are:

~ Small bow saw
~ extra spring clamps
~ sewer hose with 90 degree elbow
~ small tarp
~ small container of assorted hose clamps
~ telescoping pole with brush
~ small vacuum (Good luck with a Shark)
~ extra flashlight batteries
~ cabinet shelf liner (helps keep stuff in it place especially pots & pans)

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