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Old 11-07-2014, 08:28 PM   #15
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I've learned "A Ton Of Stuff", most I would not want to admit. But here's a couple.
Diapers? People say carry a pack of diapers!. Roger That! But they don't work as advertised. They are all wadded up to fit on a tiny BUTT! I needed them once, what a PITA.
Tossed them, bought a pack of "Adult Bed Pads" now that's the ticket. I use them for oil changes, keep one laid out under my sewer hose hook up inside the service compartment, (just in case). Works great under the dogs water dish when travelling.

Oh, and prior to getting underway DW now does a walk around behind me after I'm done outside, and I do the inside after she is done. I didn't secure the Hot Water Heater door prior to getting underway "ONCE", BTW they cost $42.00.

Oh Yeah, to reset the 110 breakers, you must take your thumb and push to off position until you hear "CLICK"!. Turning on & off will not reset them.

I will admit that with the "Dumb Stuff" we've done, I WOULD NOT TRADE THIS LIFE STYLE FOR WHAT I HAD WITH THE HOUSE!!!

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Old 11-08-2014, 12:40 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by BHodges View Post
Wish there was more tips here. Will be traveling in class c 1st time next weekend. I know to secure the glass shower! Will only be bringing paper plates and platic utensils (only traveling to dog show for the weekend).

How much water would you put in if where you are going does not have water hookup? They do have a bathroom and shower luckily, so I'm thinking only minimum for qucik bathroom break if needed.
I NEVER go to a dog show with out full water tanks since so few have any hookups. Enjoy your first outing. I love staying on the grounds w the dogs !

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Old 11-14-2014, 08:37 AM   #17
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Another thing I learned. If the only bed in your class c is the loft over the drivers cab. Invest in a sturdy collapsable step ladder!!! Not one that tips over easily either. It will make getting in and out of bed an easy task instead of a mountain climbing task!!! 😆 LOL

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