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Old 04-18-2014, 11:36 PM   #31
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I got that same broom. It works great.

I also got a better paper towel holder, an under cabinet disposable plate dispenser, collapsible trash can, sliding pantry racks, and my newest addition of a multi spice holder:



I think you know your truly addicted, when you have more RV toilet paper in your camper, than regular TP in your house. I've been known to go to the RV and get things when I run out in the housse, since it's usually better stocked. Anybody else in this club?
At one time I had 21 rolls of TP in the trailer and I camp solo & don't have any 'bathroom issues'.

I got a couple of packs of 4 rolls free from Camping World that I put in the under the booth storage and forgot about. I was also buying a 4-pack or RV TP every time I visited Wal-Mart. I can't remember the last time I brought TP for the trailer but it been many, many months for sure.
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Old 04-18-2014, 11:47 PM   #32
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I probably shouldn't mention this, but one of the accessories that my camping friends always end up using when we cook, is my plate caddy's. I bought them off Amazon cheaper than the manufacturer's website. They work great, especially when your sitting in camping chairs around a campfire.

https://www.platecaddy.com/

Don't shoot the messenger, if you end spending some more money this weekend on a new package from the mailman.

Terie, it seems every time I am somewhere that sells RV stuff, I peruse the selections and buy a pack of RV toilet paper, if nothing else. I bet I have more than 21 rolls currently. LOL
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Old 04-18-2014, 11:50 PM   #33
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Wmtire,, how could you!!! And yes I did watch the whole video on it
Hmmm how many plate caddys do I need? LOL
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Old 04-18-2014, 11:54 PM   #34
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Wmtire,, how could you!!! And yes I did watch the whole video on it
Hmmm how many plate caddys do I need? LOL
Amazon has them in 12 packs cheaper. However someone did say in the review section that they may not be the same though, as the ones in the 8 pack (which is what I have). I have seen this on Amazon before, that what they show is not necessarily the same thing as what you receive.

Amazon.com: Picnic Plate Caddy- set of 12: Kitchen & Dining
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Old 04-18-2014, 11:58 PM   #35
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Simple Solution: Buy stuff for me. All the HIGH of buying, none of the Buyer's Remorse. My Amazon Wish List will keep you busy.
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Old 04-19-2014, 12:00 AM   #36
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I probably shouldn't mention this, but one of the accessories that my camping friends always end up using when we cook, is my plate caddy's. I bought them off Amazon cheaper than the manufacturer's website. They work great, especially when your sitting in camping chairs around a campfire.

https://www.platecaddy.com/

Don't shoot the messenger, if you end spending some more money this weekend on a new package from the mailman.

Terie, it seems every time I am somewhere that sells RV stuff, I peruse the selections and buy a pack of RV toilet paper, if nothing else. I bet I have more than 21 rolls currently. LOL
In my case I think it came out to a two year+ supply. The supply was reduced quicker by using the less favorite rolls first. The Marine brand seems to last longer and has a better comfort feel to it.
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Old 04-19-2014, 12:43 AM   #37
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I hear this one my wife keeps telling me to stop but I keep finding things on here that I like for the camper then I go looking next thing I know the UPS man is dropping something on the doorstep. So far everything I've got once she sees it installed she likes.
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Old 04-19-2014, 01:20 AM   #38
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My DW and I have decided if we (mostly me lol) do buy something for the TT it had better be useful and practical. We don't want wasteful spending, as it will add weight, take up space, take away funds for camping trips and reducing gas mileage.

With that being said, today while still camping, we headed out to nearest Wally World. We bought a 4" memory foam topper (should've bought this when we bought our TT 2 yrs ago), additional 10' sewer hose with attachment, 12" SS frying pan, Blue-Ray DVD movie(The Hobbit, desolation of Smaug) and Easter stuff for my kid for this Sunday. First time for us celebrating Easter away from home. And yes everything got used or will be used, nothing wasteful, all items are practical

On another note we didn't hoard TPs like Terier did

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Old 04-19-2014, 07:57 AM   #39
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So with all of the buying....what is the best thing you bought? I am new to owner a camper this year (we have a seasonal site) so I am always looking for new things to add to my piles!
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For me the best things are.
4 heavy rubber chocks
levelling boards
25' 30 amp extension
50' 30 amp extension
patio mat to cover the awning area ours is 10 by 24
water hose 200' (we camp at provincial parks hydro only water usually close by)
Plastic jerry cans for carrying water
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