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Old 10-13-2014, 05:09 AM   #4327
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Old 10-13-2014, 10:52 AM   #4328
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Every time we are in a store and I mean any store we buy something. Last store we were in was Sam's Club and DH went to the sale rack and found a flag that had the double flag holder which is exactly what I was wanting. A spot for Old Glory and a spot for his Broncos flag.
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Old 10-14-2014, 05:35 AM   #4329
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Bought the wife a 310 toilet for her birthday, and a king antenna for me.
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Old 10-14-2014, 08:56 AM   #4330
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Bought the wife a 310 toilet for her birthday, and a king antenna for me.
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Old 10-14-2014, 09:09 AM   #4331
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I bought something I hope to never use: collapsible traffic cones. My experience when I owned my towing company was if a person was standing by traffic, cars would come very close to you. However, if you put a rubber cone out, they would move way over. A traffic cone or two is the first thing you should put out if you need to pull to the side of the road, even if you are on the shoulder.

These are collapsible so they take up very little room. They have a light (batteries included). There is no doubt they will work very well in an emergency.
Mutual 17714 Nylon Collapsible Traffic Cone, 28" Height, Orange (Pack of 2): Science Lab Safety Cones: Amazon.com: Industrial & Scientific

I also bought something I hope to use a lot: A Weber tabletop grill. http://www.amazon.com/Weber-51060001...+Propane+Grill
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Old 10-14-2014, 10:32 AM   #4332
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Hey Aggie Dad--I use and love my Blue Ox Alpha. I would recommend that you consider the DeltaForce braking system too (DELTA FORCE | SMI Manufacturing Inc.) I don't have this yet--I'm using the Blue Ox Patriot, but I'm seriously thinking about upgrading since I saw this in my buddy's toad. It's a sweet setup...
Statgeek - I will look into this. I had a Brake Buddy with my old toad. The Stay and Play looks good because it requires no hook-up - it's always in place and you just throw a switch. Maybe I'm just getting lazy in my old age.
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Old 10-14-2014, 01:40 PM   #4333
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I bought something I hope to never use: collapsible traffic cones. My experience when I owned my towing company was if a person was standing by traffic, cars would come very close to you. However, if you put a rubber cone out, they would move way over. A traffic cone or two is the first thing you should put out if you need to pull to the side of the road, even if you are on the shoulder.

These are collapsible so they take up very little room. They have a light (batteries included). There is no doubt they will work very well in an emergency.
I use mine all the time...even if just parked in front of the house. They are very bright and easy to see and even easier to store.
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Old 10-14-2014, 01:50 PM   #4334
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I use my cones too--every time I connect or disconnect the toad. I keep mine in the same basement compartment where my toad cables are, so it's really hard for me to forget to use them!
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Old 10-14-2014, 03:16 PM   #4335
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Plastic shopping bag holder.

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After dragging the 2 gallon sprayer back and forth from the S&B to the RV for several years, I finally picked up a one gallon Round Up version to keep in the RV. Too many occasions where I've had to spray for ants and other crawling critters.

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Peerless Premier 20" 2.42 cu ft freestanding battery-generated spark ignition gas range in black to replace the Magic Chef RV Range we currently have in the 5th wheel.

Premier 20 in. 2.42 cu. ft. Freestanding Battery-Generated Spark Ignition Gas Range in Black-BAK100BP at The Home Depot
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Bought one of those 90 degree flush-out contraptions (can't think of the right name) for the Blank tank. Tried it out and it works super.
Cleaned out the tank in about 2 minutes. Best 25 bucks spent so far...
Also replaced the petcock on the water heater and the relief valve, and no leaks
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New shower curtain

The shower curtain that came with the TT is too short in both directions. I'm workamping in Bend, OR, this week and decided that I needed to replace it. DW is partial to owls so I bought one that I know she'll approve of, and it actually goes wall-to-wall in the shower.



It even matches the bath mat we got earlier this summer.
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