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Old 11-01-2012, 08:40 PM   #15
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Not too far if you have a locally available WalMart to buy what you have overlooked or forgotten!

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And to Wallycamp your first night out of the yard.
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Old 11-01-2012, 09:27 PM   #16
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And our first shakedown we thought about is an overnight in a park about 90 miles away. Is that too far?
90 miles is not to bad. Don't sweat the little things. You will forget some things so just make it a learning experience and have fun.
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I second the vote for hitting the manuals and familiarizing myself with both those and the equipment - all of it. If I know where to look for the information I need, I don't necessarily have to remember specifics? I can go get that any time....
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Read the owners manuals, and all the appliance manuals, etc etc etc!!
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Do you mean after the purchase? I whip out the Lysol and get busy.
I have to agree. New or used. Have to clean from top to bottom. Just feel better.
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Study, clean, camp and visit WallyWorld. These are a few suggestions.
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