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Old 03-09-2015, 09:12 PM   #197
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If we're going to be out for a while, shopping at the big box stores or taking advantage of sales is a plus but, dealing with the amount of food has it' own challenges. So one of our must haves is a Vacume Food Saver. It allows us to take advantage of deals, and safely store leftovers.
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Old 03-10-2015, 12:24 PM   #198
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all good Ideas: I have those &-the following, to name a few- JB Weld, Battery Charger, tow strap, Jack & Lug nut tools, Axe, Grille, self-lighting coal, extra fuses, boards for leveling, several bic lighters, air compressor, tire plugs,-and-somebody that wants to go with you
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Old 05-13-2015, 06:54 PM   #200
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Besides cash what are the top 10 items we should have in our RV ? Thank you Jim
A weapon for self defense. People today will come after your "stuff". Be prepared to defend yourself, and those you love.
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Old 05-16-2015, 07:23 AM   #201
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Old 05-16-2015, 07:45 AM   #202
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A weapon for self defense. People today will come after your "stuff". Be prepared to defend yourself, and those you love.

Paranoid much?
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Old 05-16-2015, 10:41 AM   #203
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Do you have a fire extinguisher ? Paranoid ?
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Old 05-19-2015, 02:26 PM   #204
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Marriage saver headset radios. The spotter stands behind the RV and guides the driver into the parking space.

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save the money ... everyone has cell phones now adays with unlimited minutes, use them instead.
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Old 05-19-2015, 02:35 PM   #205
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save the money ... everyone has cell phones now adays with unlimited minutes, use them instead.
What if there is no cell signal?
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Old 05-19-2015, 03:18 PM   #206
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What if there is no cell signal?
X2 on this. Quite often we find ourselves without signal. Then we resort to frantic hand signals... Radios would probably be an improvement.
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Old 05-19-2015, 03:18 PM   #207
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1. Cell Phone
2. Sewing Kit
3. Umbrella or Rain Gear
4. Binoculars/Telescope
5. Gun
6. Dog
7. Sun Lotion
8. Insect Repellent, Med for bites, rashes, alcohol pads
9. Pain Pills (percocet/morphine)
10. Some Combination of: Testosterone - Viagra - Condoms - Porn - Sex Toys – Husband/BF/Wife/GF (only for those, unlike myself, who still can)
11. Substitute for #10: Blindfold + Sleeping Pills
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Thank you.....Good night!! ...... Try the veal...... Don't forget to tip your waitress.
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1. Two way radios
2. Fishing equipment
3. Channel locks - to fix plumbing and remove stuch hoses
4. Spray lubricant
5. Brush to help clean bugs off front end when you reach your destination
6. 5 gallon bucket to hold cleaner for brush in #5.
7. Bug spray
8. Head band flashlight for hands free operation
9. Black tank treatment
10. Personal/family protection equipment of the high velocity variety
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DVDs & List of Favorites to Rent on your journey.

My Favorite Movies:
Action - Jaws
Adventure - The Man Who Would be King
Alternate Lifestyle - Midnight Cowboy
Animation/Cartoon - Pinocchio
Biographical in nature – Chariots of Fire
Children/Family - Peter Pan
Classic – In the Heat of the Night
Comedy - My Favorite Year
Cops/Robbers - Bonnie & Clyde
Cult – Blade Runner
Disaster - The China Syndrome
Documentary - Baseball (Ken Burn’s TV Mini-series)
Drama - 12 Angry Men
Epic - Schindler's List
Fantasy - The Wizard of Oz
Film Noir - Touch of Evil
Gangster - The Godfather
Ghost/Supernatural - Heaven Can Wait (1978 w/ Warren Beatty)
Horror - The Exorcist
Love Story - Dr. Shivago
Monster - The Thing
Musical Classic - Singing in the Rain
Musical Modern - Saturday Night Fever
Mystery - The Usual Suspects
Romantic Fantasy/Comedy - Somewhere in Time
Sci-Fi - Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1979 w/ Donald Sutherland)
Seen the Most Times - It's a Wonderful Life
Silent - The General
Sports Team Story - Hoosiers
Sports Individual/Bio - Chariots of Fire
Spy - Zero Dark Thirty
Swashbuckler - Adventures of Robin Hood (1938 w/ Errol Flynn)
Terrorist - Munich
War - Casablanca
Western Adventure - Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid
Western Thriller - The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
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