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Old 04-26-2014, 06:16 PM   #11
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Dear lord old coot! I think your garage is full. Ha ha ha.
Not really, the area from the grill to the front wall is empty above the tv laying on the floor. The rack pulls out to the door once the tv is out of the way.
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Old 04-26-2014, 10:49 PM   #12
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I use construction duty garbage bags. Thick ones. After i get to the camp site i use them for garbage. Once hitting the road i pull out an another one.

X2! I use trash compactor bags.
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Old 04-26-2014, 10:52 PM   #13
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I hang ours in the basement on an alum hook thru the handle.

Darn it, OC! My wife was looking over my shoulder when I was reading this thread. "You need to make our new trailer like that when it arrives." I'll never hear the end of this now.
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We keep ours in the large side compartment on our camper. We usually just bag it up after it has been cleaned and dried.
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Old 04-26-2014, 11:01 PM   #15
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Darn it, OC! My wife was looking over my shoulder when I was reading this thread. "You need to make our new trailer like that when it arrives." I'll never hear the end of this now.
Bring 'er up to Concord, NC and we'll "git 'er done". Not too hard.
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Bring 'er up to Concord, NC and we'll "git 'er done". Not too hard.
Next summer, perhaps. My brother's in Raleigh, thinking about meeting him in the Smokies. :-)
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Not really, the area from the grill to the front wall is empty above the tv laying on the floor. The rack pulls out to the door once the tv is out of the way.
You travel with that TV laying on the floor like that?
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Old 04-27-2014, 07:23 AM   #18
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You travel with that TV laying on the floor like that?
Yes, it lays on a thick pc of carpet and has for 2 yrs and over 10,000 miles.
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grill has its own plastic bin and gets stowed in the bed of the truck.
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http://billsbumperq.com/rv-grill/

My sister got one of these, it at attaches to rear bumper/sewer-hose-storage. It has a nice swiveling arm that gets it a bit away from the camper when in use. While traveling it swings in behind the trailer and she puts a cover on it. It seems fairly convenient but I wonder if it can be easily removed to be place on a picnic table or will it fit when I am carrying bikes on the back. It would allow me to get a bigger better BBQ.
I am a big time BBQer, cooking almost all meals on mine. I clean my BBQ before putting in a garbage bag, then into the carrying bag and it resides in an outside storage. I bring a small-ish folding table for times when there is no picnic table. I use a SST flat folding wind blocker so I can cook in most any weather.
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