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Old 12-23-2014, 01:45 PM   #15
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We've been married so long that it's hard to buy for each other at Christmas. Consequently, any new items for the RV become Christmas presents. My wife is getting some induction cookware for the new induction cooktop that she is unaware she is getting next month. She'll get over it!


Our kids both have TT's....so a lot of their gifts are RV related.
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Old 12-24-2014, 10:53 PM   #16
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So the wife and I normally exchange gifts on Christmas Eve. Was easier when the boy was younger. So tonight the first gift I gave her to open was the ice maker. Could have stopped right there. Liked it petter than the ring and almost as much as the Kathleen madigain tickets. Damn I have to stay in a hotel for that one. Merry Christmas to all and may all of your travels be problem free
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We've been married so long that it's hard to buy for each other at Christmas. Consequently, any new items for the RV become Christmas presents. My wife is getting some induction cookware for the new induction cooktop that she is unaware she is getting next month. She'll get over it!


Our kids both have TT's....so a lot of their gifts are RV related.
We must both have good cooks. For Christmas I got my wife a set of induction ready cookware too, actually 2 sets, one is for MH use with 2 new NuWave induction cooktops and 2 ovens. It's a rough like being married to a good cook. I've got the waistline to prove it. Mine is not a secret though, she placed her order 2 months ago.
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Old 12-25-2014, 11:21 AM   #18
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Our gift to each other was a new TV for the TT. Got it so we can go traveling farther than MI. Plans for Yellowstone are in the works and snowbirding to FL next winter. Great Present!
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My wife got a new coat and scarf and I got a Henry's 22 magnum lever action rifle. The motor home is getting buffed and waxed as soon as it warms up.
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My wife actually bought that book for herself when we first bought our MH. She loves to read it when we are out and about, so I think it is a great present. This year she asked for clothing she could leave in the MH so she doesn't have to move clothes around or go out to the MH to get a jacket she left in there. MH presents worked out great for us this year.
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