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Old 11-21-2016, 10:58 AM   #1
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Seeking advice on gear

Hi. We are looking to get all new gear as we transition from a motoryacht to a motorhome. I am looking for some guidance on what outdoor gear you have found is best to bring along. For example….many options exist for collapsible chairs, tables, and whatnot. Packing a boat required being a bit creative due to odd shaped storage areas and much of our outdoor gear is beach oriented. A motorhome has a bit more freedom in storage space and the gear would be moved less compared to the daily back-n-forth from shore to boat. Of course comfort, portability, and practicality would be the goal. So what does your ideal setup consist of?

*EDIT...We are a family of three with one 8 year old.
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Old 11-21-2016, 12:08 PM   #2
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Portable charcoal grill.
Portable gas grill.
Comfortable zero gravity chairs.
Folding table.
Portable fire pit.
Outdoor Carpet rug.
LED rope lights.
Tarp for blocking wind and/or blowing rain.
Portable satellite dish.
Small cooler.

That about covers what we carry in our Class A.

If we head to beach then we add the umbrella
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Old 11-21-2016, 02:09 PM   #3
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Jumbo forgot:
bicycles - best way to get around the crampgrounds)w/ locks
A trap to cover them for the night and some bungies to hold it there
one small chair (at least for a few more months)
Back packs
Rain Poncos (the 1$ kind) (you don't need full oilskins)

Everything else is the same as aboard. Or at least that is what we found.

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