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  • Daniel and Carol
    Daniel and Carol Full Time RVers:
    March 10, 2020Okay, y'all, time is approaching that we are going fulltime-sometime this late spring/early summer. What are the things you needed right away that you didn't think about. We have started a list. We've included the obvious-sewer hose, fresh water hose, wat...  more
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      Patte M March 10, 2020 an insta-pot for sure, we have the small 6qt and its perfect for us. 
    • Daniel and Carol
      The Mountains March 10, 2020 A quality surge protector. Checkout Progressive Industries.
    • Daniel and Carol
      Kent VW March 10, 2020 For some reason, I thought I was setting sail to the edge of the earth when I started. Walmart is no more than half an hour from anywhere on the planet. (Okay, maybe a stretch.) And, Amazon delivers. Here Here on Patte M's Instant Pot comment.
    • Daniel and Carol
      Snoopy's Travelling Circus March 10, 2020 If you plan on boondocking much, I recommend a French press for coffee. No electricity needed.
    • Daniel and Carol
      Dreamers and Travelers/ Tom & Prescott March 10, 2020 Consider getting a filter like this. It also shows what debris is in our supply systems. We bought ours at Home depot or Lowes. It attaches with hose adapters between hose bib and hose to rv.
    • Daniel and Carol
      Kevin/Yvonne & 4 Doxies March 10, 2020 Tire pressure monitoring system🤠😎🙂
    • Daniel and Carol
      Dawg House March 10, 2020 Air compressor, dogbones (plug adapters), tire covers & chocks, mr heater buddy, torque wrench & Jack and Johnnie Walker Scotch (for medicinal purposes of course).
      http://rving.website/index.php/journal/gadgets
    • Daniel and Carol
      Bob and Charlotte Champlin March 10, 2020 Jack pads.
    • Daniel and Carol
      Tracie and Roy Smith March 10, 2020 Water softener
    • Daniel and Carol
      Steve&Tina March 10, 2020 Ultimate RV Packing List for a First Time Camper
      blog.campersinn.com/blog/ultimate-rv-packing-list-for-a-first-time-camper
    • Daniel and Carol
      Vic and Wendy Johnson March 10, 2020 Hobbies.  Something that you enjoy that consumes time but doesn't need a lot of equipment or materials.  You'll be surprised at the amount of time you'll need to fill once you're away from the demands of house and family.   Reco...  more
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      • Daniel and Carol
        Habadabeer March 10, 2020 Patience is definitely a must. The natural tendency is to race from one location to the next trying to see and do everything there is to experience as if you’re on a vacation. Slow down. Savor. Ignore FOMO (fear of missing out), you can always stay longer...  more
    • Daniel and Carol
      Habadabeer March 10, 2020 I concur with: French Press TPMS Surge Guard (and something to secure it) Viair air compressor A water purifier (we just use a Pur or Britta on the counter) Haven’t personally found any use for an Instant Pot, Mr...  more
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      • Daniel and Carol
        Glenn Blake-Lobb March 10, 2020 I the only thing i would change is don't over fill that tool chest. Lots of weight. Unless you are going to rebuild your rig on the road. But i love the rest of that list.
    • Daniel and Carol
      Beans and I on the Loose March 10, 2020 Ear plugs for that annoying neighbor who runs his Noise Maker 3000 generator at all hours all day and long into the night and his constantly barking dog that he makes no effort in keeping quiet. 
    • Daniel and Carol
      Mills Travelers March 10, 2020 Write a blog or journal with plenty of photos and be diligent with it. It may not mean much at the beginning, but when your memory fades and you hang up the keys, it will be priceless to you.
    • Daniel and Carol
      BLSMSS (Brenda &Marc) March 10, 2020 Depending on what kind rig, stabilizers, tools, fans, grill, rubber gloves, air compressor, step rugs, and an RVillage sign😉
    • Daniel and Carol
      Vic and Wendy Johnson March 11, 2020 I've been full time for 5 years and I don't carry half the stuff that's been listed here.  A lot of the suggested items are useful, but not exactly neccessities.    Be very careful about what you pack in the rig at the start, as it's...  more
    • Daniel and Carol
      TeamFoxy March 11, 2020 You can buy anything that you need along the way and Amazon will ship anything wherever you are in a couple of days. The only thing that you can't forget is cash and a credit card!
    • Daniel and Carol
      Ricos Ride March 11, 2020 Sewer hose extension, power cord extension, extra water hose. Guaranteed you will need them
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      • Daniel and Carol
        BLSMSS (Brenda &Marc) March 11, 2020 Vic and Wendy comment is true, you may get it all then learn you may not need some of them or find you may need more. The more you travel and do the lifestyle your looking for, you will find your necessities and other wants will change. Ours have, even ou...  more
    • Daniel and Carol
      Cinn March 11, 2020 Sturdy, comfy chairs. Don't waste money on the camp chairs in a bag. I've tossed more of those when I could have bought one good one. (Have now) Small outdoor folding table is useful, too.
    • Daniel and Carol
      Kevin/Yvonne & 4 Doxies March 11, 2020 If you are doing digital pics, have computers, or anything that creates digital files - get two backup disks to back everything up. Keep one in RV and one in tow vehicle or toad. You can backup to the cloud as well, but depending on locations, won't alway...  more
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