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Old 10-14-2013, 10:54 AM   #29
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Before leavening CG put the dirty clothes or anything else that will go to the house that will not perish in toad, when get home unhook toad park MOHO drive car home and unload. When going camping just load up car drive too MOHO, unload and hookup. Where I park camper I have power so usually leave food in ref.
What a great idea! Wish we had owner at the storage lot.
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What a great idea! Wish we had owner at the storage lot.
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Old 10-14-2013, 11:16 AM   #31
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Ditto on the laundry baskets. We bought two cheap, square-ish ones. We use them to bring down the clean clothes & linens, transfer the stuff into the cabinets, and put them under our lift-up bed. During the trip, dirty clothes just get tossed into the baskets under the bed, & when we return, they're ready for taking back up to the house. We usually wash the sheets & towels right away & take them back down in the baskets. Linens get stored in a plastic storage box under the bed (along with the now-empty baskets). We also use collapsible fabric grocery "bags" (these have stiff, square bottoms) for bringing in (& out)the foodstuffs.

Pretty much everything else is duplicated in RV & house so no significant additional unpacking needed.
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Old 10-14-2013, 08:00 PM   #32
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We have a second set of linens for the RV. Depending on the season, summer or winter - those clothes basically stay out there. And then are laundered when we get home, to only go right back out. I keep dryer sheets in the closets and drawers so it all stays "fresh". When we get home I unload all linens, wash and remake the bed and setup the bathroom. Speaking of bathroom, anything that won't melt or go bad is a duplicate too.
The only food left out there is canned goods... Our FR3 makes for a good earthquake bunker, if needed. We also keep extra movies and duplicate games out there....

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