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Old 04-14-2015, 10:24 AM   #1
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How do you enjoy your Class A storage???

The one cool thing about class A motorhomes,,,, storage ...whether its a basement with pass through, or just the extra side boxes... sure nice to
be able to bring some stuff with you....

so do you leave with everything full??

or drive down the road with empty drawers and storage
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Old 04-14-2015, 11:09 AM   #2
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the reason for the asking is , my wife fills every thing...she brings stuff for the weekend just in case she changes her mind... the coach is full of her clothes and before we go she packs in two more loads...

I like to leave the basement pretty much empty.... incase I find something to bring home...

when stopping for fuel, sometime I get a look inside others basements...

no worrys about mice... they'd never get in
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Old 04-14-2015, 11:11 AM   #3
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Our Vista 36y has ton's of storage. We still have several basement bins empty.... and most of the overhead cabinets in the lounge are empty too.
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Old 04-14-2015, 11:23 AM   #4
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Mines fully equipped only personal stuff goes in and out. Towels,sheets get washed and put back in.
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Being a full timer, I am never 100% full but at time close. But I always need to think ahead as to where something will go before I buy it and how necessary it is. Somethings are sentimental and others are memories. Some are non-negotiable like tools and food.
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DW has one basement section dedicated to rocks. Nuff said.
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We keep ours ready to roll(except for perishable food). The only thing that goes in/out are our everyday things like medicine and some toiletries ect. We have some clothes that stay in the MH, but of course my wife always brings more than she needs. Each time we get home all the linens and towels get washed and put right back in. We live in earthquake country so this is our rolling emergency kit too.

We still have empty storage places(inside and out), and a couple of bays with next to nothing in them, like you I try not to let my wife know or she will find something to buy and take up the extra space.
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so do you leave with everything full??
Ah... ya! Where else would I keep enough beer for the weekend???
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We keep it mostly ready to go. Canopies, hammock, chairs, fireplace etc. Some clothes. Try to minimize packing/unpacking for trips.
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Oh my, you mean there is MORE storage underneath, in the basement??!!

With all the storage space in the cabinets, under the dinette, drawers, closets, and the pantry, I couldn't imagine I'd need more!


Yes, I do enjoy being able to easily store my newly acquired portable ladder in one of the pass-through bays.
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Each basement area has a specific purpose (yard games, tools/maint items, lawn chairs, canopy/bug screen, etc) and they stay packed for their intended purpose. Most are about 1/2 full. Every spring I empty them one at a time and remove what isn't being used and add something I want/might try.
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Okiedoke,Think how happy Ricky would have been if Lucy could have settled for 1 bay.
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