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Old 04-07-2013, 09:39 AM   #29
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Beer has been mentioned quite abit, but what about a terrific bottle of wine?????
Actually, even a cheap bottle makes me happy.

Don't forget water pressure regulator and charcoal filter to keep your plumbing happy.
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Bottle opener, wine opener.

First aid kit - modified for your family to meet your needs.
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Old 04-10-2013, 01:04 AM   #33
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We are buying our first TT today and will be camping with 3 kids and a dog in tow. Being more of a minimalist myself I prefer to pack light.

So what do you consider "essential" when packing for a trip or just setting up your trailer? I'd love recommendations on safety stuff too, beyond a fire extinguisher?

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Use Apple application called RV Check - great guide to your needs and it is free.

Also lots of good check sheets in Trailering books.
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I print out an Excel spread sheet and nothing gets checked off until it is actually in my MH. Even stuff that stays in my MH doesn't get a check mark till i visually make sure it is in there and enough of it or them.
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Make sure that tool box has a nice role of wire. Old telephone wire works pretty good. Can't tell you how many times I have had to cobble something together in a pinch to get through until a proper repair can be made. You can tie things together with it, use it for make shift wiring connections etc.

I remember my one time girlfriend thinking I was silly to bring wire along on a road trip to Yellowstone. That was until a number of her bumper trim screws seemed to rattle out on the trip. Good old wire held it up until we were able to get to a hardware store and replace with new screws. Don't have the girl anymore but still use the wire!
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