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Old 06-29-2005, 11:25 AM   #1
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Since we are new to the rv'ing we have a question about how you all grill while your out camping?
Do you just roll up the home grill and re-deploy or do you carry a smaller "space saving" grill that is dedicated to the trailer? Want to be prepared ya know...

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Since we are new to the rv'ing we have a question about how you all grill while your out camping?
Do you just roll up the home grill and re-deploy or do you carry a smaller "space saving" grill that is dedicated to the trailer? Want to be prepared ya know...

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Old 06-29-2005, 11:49 AM   #3
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Hey Bob,

We have aways had a smaller BBQ that just stays with the trailer and I have it adapted to run off one of my trailers propane tanks.

Got a Webber Baby-Q, it cooks really good and has plenty of grill space. I know that some people take along their home units, but personaly I think it's easier just to have a smaller dedicated unit for the rig.

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Previously, we carried a small portable gas grill. With our new TH we ordered it with a RVQ II, it attaches to the side of the TH and connects to the TH LPG.
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That is interesting how they are attaching grills now to the sides of trailers as an option.
But like Clark, we have kept a grill in the trailer and always set it up seperatly. we use a Coleman Roadtrip Grill. We use the inside stove to boil and the outside grill to burn .
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We've got the RVQ from WW...can hardly wait to get it dirty!!
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Thanks for the tips people...
I like the simplicity of the Coleman...
We'll see...

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We have the RVQ also and love it. I am a die hard charcoal guy at home but the convienence of plug and cook is to easy while RVing.
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RVQ2 on both of our trailers. It works really well. We usually also bring along an electric griddle that is really convienent and easy to clean. Then of course, we have a small fryer that we use for appetizers.....

We actually cook more when we're camping then when we're at home.
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I use the little sunbeam gas grill from Wally world. $20 American, and good for a season or two, then break out a new one. Everything I have operates on propane, lanterns, stoves, grill, etc, so I just go down at the start of the summer and buy a case of the 16.4 oz bottles at 17.88 and I'm good to go for the year. Love it!
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We use about 2 ricks of wood, 5 Gal of Gas... 20 Sobee bottles... 2 fire trucks, 10 Firemen... (for the ladies of course) and a case off beer...
Ahhhh, now thats a fire...
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I wanta see the grill! 10 firemen for the ladies! How many ladies do you carry? Or is it that it takes that many firemen to put out the fire.
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Aviator:
... 2 fire trucks, 10 Firemen... </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

<span class="ev_code_RED">HO! Where was I when this occurred?</span>
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Sandy...

I tried to save you a fireman...
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