<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by WeBrzn2:
I have found that while the "canned" checklists are handy, it is better to sit down and create your own that is specific to you and your set-up. This way, you can add things that are unique and/or change the order to be in concert with the way you do things.
Use the available existing checklists as a point of departure. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
This is exactly what I did. http://www.disneycampers.com
has a list as do a couple of other places I can't remember. I printed all of them, adjusted to fit our needs, then put them in a spreadsheet. I categorized them by perishable, things that need restocking on occasion, things that should always be there, personal items, food, etc. That way it is easy to do. The "things that should always be there group" I can do a week ahead and then the "perishable food" group happens the day before. If anyone would like me to email them my list, I would be happy to. Just remember, it has been edited for a popup so tips like put the antennae down won't be on there.