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Old 01-01-2013, 05:09 PM   #15
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We keep duplicates of most everything in the Motorhome. We'll transfer a few items of clothes, perishible food and linens back and forth. I use 3 smallish, square laundry baskets (that stack together and hold dirty laundry in the MB closet while on the road) to transfer items in and out. I'm a warehouse shopper at home, so there is usually a stash of replacement items, washed linens and food from the freezer and pantry that have to be put in before we leave. Then there is usually a basket or two of dirty laundry, perishible food and leftovers that need to come back in the house when we return. I keep the freezer somewhat full and staples in the motorhome throughout the spring, summer and fall. so if we had to leave in a hurry, we could probably still eat, change clotes and shower for a week of so. Before we put it away for the winter everything comes out, linens, all food items and all clothes. Clean linens and clothes go into the stackable laundry baskets and into storage in the house for the winter, food back into the house pantry/freezer. No ryme nor reason as to why I do it this way, it just works for our family.

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Old 01-01-2013, 06:30 PM   #16
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We keep 2 complete sets of stuff... one in the house, one in the motorhome.
We started this when we had a second home in FL. We would pack a tiny carryon for traveling and that is it. It was so convenient that we did the same for the motorhome.
We can get home from work, jump in the MH, and head off without needing anything but food

It's all about fun, and packin ain't fun!

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Old 01-02-2013, 08:49 AM   #17
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Norm Mac thanks , i like that keeping her ready do go. in combat we used to call that "runway alert"

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