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Old 09-15-2014, 05:42 PM   #15
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Old 09-15-2014, 06:55 PM   #16
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Santee Lakes Ca

Camped for 1 month at this site,Santee lakes great place.
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Old 09-15-2014, 07:21 PM   #17
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No pics but after leveling by the wheels as close as possible. Toy comes out (golf cart or motorcycle depending on CG/event), plug in and hook up water and sewer, awning comes out, mat under awning, 2 folding tables for outdoor kitchen, folding picnic table with umbrella. Turn on A/C and pop the top on a cold one. Chairs and folding end table for drinks as needed. Set stabilizer jacks and if necessary for Florida's afternoon storms, set up a 10x10 canopy for motorcycle to go under.

Outdoor kitchen consists of gas tabletop grill, electric griddle, croc pot, or Dutch oven as needed for whatever we are having. Water hose split off supply with nozzle for kitchen area. Everything gets cleaned and put away after each meal so if a storm comes up, we don't have to scramble to keep things from getting wet.
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Old 09-15-2014, 08:45 PM   #18
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Are you also the guy that causes half of the neighborhood to lose power when you plug in your Christmas lights??
No way! Well, actually we are on our own dedicated power grid since we live quite far off the road.
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One of our favorites is the Mercer, Pa. KOA Patio site
Don't really need to get much of our stuff out.......
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What a site!
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Old 09-15-2014, 08:51 PM   #19
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Here is a quick contribution until I get something better.
This was setting up for my first Jimmy Buffett concert 2 weeks ago.
The second biggest hit was the kiddie pool in the background.

The biggest hit...the margarita maker (yet to be set up).
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Old 09-17-2014, 02:01 AM   #20
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The screen room only comes out if 4 days or more. We pull the picnic table into the screen room and set up the Coleman road trip grill. Then some camping chairs and the washtub fire pit.
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Old 09-17-2014, 04:13 AM   #21
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four chairs - two for us and two for whoever may come by to chat.
Small table to hold beverages.
Door mat the steps to minimize tracking dirt in.
Sometimes a large mat if the ground and time on station lends itself.
Awning usually deployed, but maybe not.

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Sure wish I could use one of those screen rooms but we get so much wind here that I am too afraid of my awning getting destroyed. Looks awesome!!
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I set the emergency brake and immediately level. I then deploy slides and awning and step outside. Patio rug gets put down along with lounge chairs and cocktail tables. Rope lighting goes in awning strip. Two lifetime tables get set up in an L with Weber Q on cart at the end of the L. Done in 15 minutes.
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We bring the whole "Kit and Kaboodle" with us. Recliners and chairs, mat, side tables, BBQ and stand, Gazebo for over picnic table. And a tent for guests!
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I set the emergency brake and immediately level. I then deploy slides and awning and step outside. Patio rug gets put down along with lounge chairs and cocktail tables. Rope lighting goes in awning strip. Two lifetime tables get set up in an L with Weber Q on cart at the end of the L. Done in 15 minutes.

My set up is about the same. I had lights installed in my awning slot so I don't even have to take them out, I just plug them in.

What I do dislike are campers where their site looks like something from Sandford & Son. Junk everywhere, and it blows all over the place when the wind picks up.
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I don't think I have any pictures of the new trailer with everything set up. I'll ahve to see if I can take some on our next trip. My DH loves to "set up" a complicated camp while I am a minimalist. Even with that, we've been camping together for 37 years and married for 36 LOL! Get trailer level, open slide, put outdoor rug down (open weave to let water through but keep the rocks/sand down), put up at least one folding table (generally two), get the Coleman stove appropriately situated on one of the tables (I do a lot of cooking outside), pull out a couple of chairs and the little mini-tables that go with them, and then relax, looking around for what else to do! If we're at a site more than a couple of days, he puts up a screen room. If we're doing Dutch Ovens, he gets all that out. If we're having a fire, he starts splitting the wood so everything is ready by the firepit.

Setting up a camp is something DH really loves to do, and I have learned to let him enjoy himself. He doesn't mind putting everything back when we leave (which is what drives me nuts!), so I just go with the flow.
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