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Old 05-04-2016, 11:59 AM   #11
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• Bag chairs
• Thermocell & extra mats & tanks
• Fill propane
• Large propane tank/line for grill
• Coleman Camp stove
• Murphy’s Oil Soap
• Water tank deodorant
• Water hoses/ filter
• Portable Grill
• Small propane tanks
• Extension cords
• Tarp
• Sleeping bags
• Extra pillows
• Fleece blankets
• Batteries (D, AA, AAA, 9v)
• Electric heater
• Fans
• Lantern
• rope light
• flashlights & headlamps
• Kitchen utensils (knives, forks, spoons + spatula etc.)
• Plastic eating utensils
• Hand sanitizer
• Cooking oil
• Pam
• Butter
• BBQ sauce
• Hot sauce
• Andria’s
• Aluminum foil
• Trash bags
• Plastic shopping bags
• Skewers
• Grill brush
• Coffee/filters
• Bottled H20
• Several large gallon bottles H20
• Coolers – Ice
• Water bottles – camel back
• Condiments (mustard/etc…)
• Pickles
• Knife Sharpener
• Plastic bags - zip locks
• Baby wipes
• Paper towels & plates
• Clorox wipes
• Frisbee – hacky sac
• Binoculars
• Towels
• Head & Shoulders shampoo
• Dishtowels
• Dish detergent/dish cleaner
• Marine toilet paper
• Toilet brush
• Ipod/player/cord/cd’s
• Ipod dock w/remote
• Dvds
• Portable dvd player - charger
• Flip flops
• Shower shoes
• Warm jacket/multiple hats
• Shades
• Sunshade
• Candles outdoor or tiki torches
• Oil for torches
• Portable table
• Table cloth
• Folding chairs
• Sun screen & bug juice
• Cigars & lighters
• Grill &/or charcoal + lighter fluid
• Saw
• Axe
• Fly Swatter
• Dust buster
• Broom
• shovel
• Put outdoor rugs back in camper
• Drill Motor (charged)
• Murphy’s Oil Soap
• Clothesline
• All fishing buckets/vest/waders/shoes
• Fishing rods & reels
• Cell phone charger
• Tool kit
• Duct tape
• Electric tape
• Gas tape
• Bikes/pump/tire patch/allen set
• Camera/charger/memory card
• Lap top computer/d link
• Wii for kids
• Rain jacket
• Extra tools (large wrench/socket set)
• Neosporin
• Band-Aids
• Children’s aspirin – Motrin
• Hand lotion
• Carmex
• Hydrogen peroxide
• Tooth paste
• Abbey’s activity bucket
• Folding towel rack
• Retractable clothes line
• Dog food
• Dog bowls
• Dog leash

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Old 05-04-2016, 12:48 PM   #12
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Old 05-04-2016, 12:54 PM   #13
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Great list, Bob! I especially love the "cigars and lighter"!
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Old 05-04-2016, 01:07 PM   #14
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Packing and shopping lists

Originally Posted by Cowboy_mama View Post
any one have any lists they dont mind sharing? We brought home our first TT a few weeks ago and on our first outing realized we were missing a bunch of things. I'd love to have a good list to start from... so that maybe I remember to pack the coffee next time...
Mine is similar to Bellville Bob's for the packing of the camper, truck. Then I have a grocery list--saved to the computer, set up in the order I go through the aisles at the store where I usually shop. Print out two per sheet of computer paper, for as many weeks as we'll be on the road. Circle items as I run low, or add to the back of the list (blank) for items I didn't think about. We were a long drive from shopping this winter and I only wanted to make that trip once per week.

Eye drops chapstick
allergy meds Imodium
Vitamins razor blades
Toothpaste / toothbrush
shampoo/ conditioner/
hand lotion / liquid hand soap / bar soap/Purell
toilet paper paper towels Kleenex
dish soap bleach fabric softener
stain remover Tide (pods) Woolite
dusting spray/wipes glass cleaner
Calgon water softener/ magic eraser pads gloves
dog treats / food
Slow cooker liners/ aluminum foil /
wax paper/plastic wrap
food storage bags: gallon / quart / sandwich
trash bags-13 gallon / 33 gallon
paper cups/plates bathroom cups

chips / pretzels / popcorn / candy bars /gum
Gatorade / Tang / hot cocoa/ coffee/ tea bags
maple syrup / granola bars / coffee filters
cereals: oatmeal
crackers—saltines /town house/ club
tuna fish / soy sauce / taco meals / salsa
wax beans / green beans / sweet corn
soups: chicken noodle /minestrone / vegetable
spices: poultry seasoning / hamburger seasoning / salt /pepper
baking soda
peanut butter / jelly / vinegar / catsup / mustard
mayonnaise / miracle whip / BBQ /marinade
pickles—sweet, dill salad dressing
vegetable oil / Crisco
canned fruit / raisins jello/pudding
frozen foods / frozen veggies
cheese-cheddar / American /other
string cheese / margarine/ yogurt / eggs / milk

hamburger / chicken / steak
hot dogs / kielbasa / bacon / b-fast sausage lunch meat
fruits & veggies nuts

sodas /beer / adult beverages
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Old 05-04-2016, 01:25 PM   #15
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My Microlite 21DS plus the pickup probably wouldn't hold all of that!
Even with check lists we usually wind up shopping soon after we arrive at the CG.
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Old 05-04-2016, 01:38 PM   #16
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I can't say I love it but I have many lists, DH has separate lists for tools and stuff. Without our lists I'd go nuts lol.

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Old 05-04-2016, 04:09 PM   #17
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DW likes planning & packing as much as the trip

Two smart phone apps are:
Paperless is a good app for making your own lists. Set the check boxes option and you can reuse the lists.
Our Groceries is another app good for shopping. It can be set up with categories and you can arrange the order of the categories to match your store.
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Old 05-04-2016, 05:31 PM   #18
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So, no one else runs out of peanut butter in the house, and DW says, "new jar in camper!"?
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Old 05-04-2016, 05:41 PM   #19
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I too love the planning. We keep a box just for camping and add things to it as we buy them or remember them. I have been working on our Florida trip for months now and still afraid I'll forget something. But there are a lot of WalMarts between here and Florida, so long as we remember meds I think we are good.
Forgot to say we load our camper in the spring with most things and just have to add clothes and some food (keep lots in frig all season) and in cabinets.
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Old 05-04-2016, 07:06 PM   #20
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What happened to the "adult" beverages and the BEER. I can't grill without it!

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