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    Use Code : GUNSMOKE10

    We are OPEN and accepting reservations!!!!! Gunsmoke RV Park is now offering RVillagers a 10% percent discount! Just mention the promotional code: GUNSMOKE10 when calling to book your stay with us at: 620-227-8247
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  • Doug & Angela
    Doug & Angela Handy RV Tools and tips :
    February 5, 2020Doing some brainstorming here, so any and all ideas are welcome. My wife & I just started full time RV living (2 weeks into it). We have a home base at an extended living RV park in Bonney Lake WA but plan on lots and lots of travel.
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    • Doug & Angela
      John/Carolyn Thompson February 5, 2020 We bought a lot of bins of various sizes from the dollar store and found what fit into each cabinet... especially the deep narrow ones. Seldom used stuff went into bins shoved back but was still available just by pulling out the bin in front. Glassware is...  more
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        Doug & Angela February 5, 2020 I appreciate your input you guys. The rolls of paper towels in the fridge is excellent and the dollar store sounds affordable.
    • Doug & Angela
      Texas_Nomads February 5, 2020 If you do a bit of actual road travel, we also stuff a partially inflated plastic beach ball into the cabinets (they come in various sizes) so things stays in place. This is inanition to the adjustable bars that is used in each cabinet opening. Also, we g...  more
    • Doug & Angela
      Team Walser February 5, 2020 Goodwill, Ross, Target, Marshalls, and Tuesday Morning are all great places to look for inexpensive storage solutions as well. We bought a number of bins/baskets/storage containers that didn't work for the space we intended, but turned out to be helpful i...  more
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        Doug & Angela February 5, 2020 More useful useful suggestions. Thanks @teamwalser
    • Doug & Angela
      Jim & Sharon Ham February 5, 2020 We use swim noodle foam, and extra kitchen towels and paper towel roll to secure stuff in cabinets.  We also have the metal trim bars that are spring-loaded on the ends to keep everything from falling out of any cabinet and refrig.
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      • Doug & Angela
        Redonion February 16, 2020 Earthquake tape holds pictures and objects stationary. Spring loaded rods from RV supply stores, use for cabinets, refer., etc. Wine bags, when you buy 6 or more, great for water bottles, large cans of vegetables..
    • Doug & Angela
      Jim & Sharon Ham February 5, 2020 Other than two glass goblets for wine, everything else is plastic or some substance that could be used as a Frisbee without breaking.  No fine china or pottery in our RV.
    • Doug & Angela
      pokeysRVadventures February 5, 2020 You can also use as I do at a very good priced adjustable rods for your fridge and cabinets on Amazon.
    • Doug & Angela
      Doug & Angela February 5, 2020 Everyone … Thank you. We appreciate all of the ideas.
    • Doug & Angela
      KurtO February 5, 2020 Eyehooks in cabinet frames strategically located to use small bungee cords to keto plates and bikes from falling out!
    • Doug & Angela
      Allen & Linda February 6, 2020 We slide socks over our wine glasses. These are the most fragile pieces in the cupboard. We also lay non-slip (grippy) mats on the “floor” of each cabinet.
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      Mike and Donna Wagner February 19, 2020 We also slide thick socks over the wine bottles. And we buy heavy-duty small storage boxes that fit the dimensions of cabinets - and store canned goods, boxed foods, etc. in them because they are small enough to lift out to access the contents. We store D...  more
    • Doug & Angela
      YooperinAK June 26, 2020 Cheap glad or off brand food storage containers of various sizes work great during traveling then double as food storage containers when camping.
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