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  • Lonnie and Wanda
    Lonnie and WandaWhy didn't I think of that? Tips and Tricks:
    August 1, 2020We are getting a 27 foot travel trailer next month, start traveling next summer, need ideas for the best type of kitchen supplies, storage and any other tips people have. We are totally new to this but look forward to it. Also could use tips for internet ...  more
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    • Lonnie and Wanda
      Steve&Tina August 1, 2020 Everything you do think small. Kitchen utensils with small handles, small pots and pans, small slow cooker, small grill, small bag of tools, small travel size everything, small Travel size games like bean bag toss or ladder toss, small fold up chairs and...  more
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        Lonnie and Wanda August 1, 2020 Thank you. We have 2 folding camp chairs already, just have to work on getting the rest but we have a few months.
    • Lonnie and Wanda
      Stan & Tina August 1, 2020 It's going to be a set of stuff unique to you. You could rummage through extra stuff you already own for starters. Especially for kitchen and bath stuff. One thing we do different from most folks is NOT carry/use bath towels. We use pareos instead....  more
    • Lonnie and Wanda
      Tea Time Smiles August 1, 2020 Use things from your house until you know what you want and will actually use. That way you won’t waste moola.  Each family is different.  When you are buying: collapsible, folding, small, & things that nest within each other. 
    • Lonnie and Wanda
      beechridge August 1, 2020 Doing an overnight (or 3) in your driveway before hitting the road is the best way to figure out what you need. Pay close attention to weight and how you distribute the weight and try to weigh the trailer fully loaded before you go any distance. I rec...  more
    • Lonnie and Wanda
      Steve & Marie Leigh August 1, 2020 Collapsible mixing bowls, colander and dishpan. Microwave safe dishes. I like stoneware plates - only need a couple plates and bowls.
    • Lonnie and Wanda
      Karen & Collins August 1, 2020 I just bought some reusable silicone storage bags for food storage.  They fold flat, can be frozen & microwaved.  So far, I like them
    • Lonnie and Wanda
      Dejavela August 1, 2020 You can also get ideas by googling RV organization, or looking for a group about that here or RVillage.
    • Lonnie and Wanda
      Justdust6114 August 2, 2020 One of my favorite items is my nesting pots and pans. The handle comes off to allow them to completely nest and take up the smallest amount of room. I've had mine for 25 years, but here's a pic of a similar set.
    • Lonnie and Wanda
      Steve & Marie Leigh August 2, 2020 I use sturdy collapsible grocery totes for loading and unloading our rv. As we travel they are storage bins for TP, canned goods, etc. I use them for multiple things. They work because they fit perfectly in my space. Use what you have at first. Know...  more
    • Lonnie and Wanda
      Bruce & Linda (Omnibus) August 2, 2020 Internet on the road is a BIG subject.  We think the best (most comprehensive and accurate) resource available is the Mobile Internet Resource Center.  They have a group here in the village, and one on Facepuke, but their library of information ...  more
    • Lonnie and Wanda
      Kimbobb August 2, 2020 Lonnie and Wanda, I think, overall, you'll want to think small and compact, but I have to say that it depends on who you are camping with, and the circumstances.  Whenever dh and I camp, we ALWAYS camp with some or all of our grown kids and their fam...  more
    • Lonnie and Wanda
      Kgbm August 2, 2020 Instant pot is a must for me as well as an electric skillet.  These two I use the most even full time. If you have a micro/convection a sheet pan for that otherwise I used a nuwave oven.  Dollar tree has many setting options and cups.  ...  more
    • Lonnie and Wanda
      Ellie E. August 2, 2020 Things I have found that are great are the tension bars for the cupboards and frog. Nothing worse than opening the cupbord or frig and having things tumble down on you. Another small thing are bands that look like hair elastic pony tail bands that are s...  more
    • Lonnie and Wanda
      Barbsc6 August 4, 2020 Keep it simple & multipurpose everything you can. Know where you’ll put it (applies to anything) before you buy it. Be sure to take a small bag of basic tools & a first aid kit! An outdoor rug helps keep camper cleaner. My best tips:  Corelle dishes,...  more
    • Lonnie and Wanda
      TuellTrailer August 4, 2020 I Love Pinterest for great storage ideas!
    • Lonnie and Wanda
      Dirtgirlzus August 8, 2020 I keep it simple.  I have an electric skillet and a Foreman Grill.  When I start travelling more I plan on adding an instant pot.  Take your time in deciding what you really need.  I would be also recommend Corelle dishes( have a used ...  more
    • Lonnie and Wanda
      Hippo on a herple August 15, 2020 I got pots and pans without long handles and two hot mitts. I love toast so that was important. I brought a coffee pot but also somè instant coffee languishing in my kitchen cupboard. Love the instant coffee so might ditch the pot. Found silicon steamer t...  more
    • Lonnie and Wanda
      Jentfur February 19 Collapsible is awesome! And multifunctional. Also using a spring loaded curtain holder inside the cabinet doors when driving to help prevent tumblers from tumbling out cabinet doors. And using a hair tie to rubber band the handles sonwoser case scenario t...  more
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