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Old 01-24-2013, 10:14 AM   #1
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Did Santa Bring You any RV Toys?

The wife wanted a lightweight cruiser bike to replace her heavier standard cruiser. Had some difficulty finding her one in local stores, so I wound up ordering online which is how I do most of my holiday shopping these days.

Dang thing took Santa a good four hours or so to put together. She was pleased; however, so it is just a matter of time now until we take the trailer out to play in March. Santa got a pancake air compressor... He was pretty happy.

Anyone else get any camping/RV toys for Christmas?
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Old 01-24-2013, 08:18 PM   #2
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Well I don't know if I would call it a toy or not, but Santa brought Petunia a heated camping chair for those cold nights around a campfire.
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Old 01-24-2013, 08:31 PM   #3
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Well I don't know if I would call it a toy or not, but Santa brought Petunia a heated camping chair for those cold nights around a campfire.
A heated camping chair?? How cool is that idea!! Never heard of one!
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Got a couple of good gift certificates with Amazon. Still looking for that absolutely, got to have goody. Have no fear though, I will find it!!
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Old 01-24-2013, 08:40 PM   #5
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heated camping chair??? tell us more!! tell us more!! pictures please......
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Santa brought me a Barker 3500 electric jack, works like dream.

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heated camping chair??? tell us more!! tell us more!! pictures please......
The heated camping chair is one of those collapsible bag chairs that has a rechargeable battery pack that heats elements in the seat and back of the chair. My wifeís nephew bought one for his wife last year and after all the ladies tried it out last fall they all wanted one. At $99 a chair itís not cheap but it works and makes a great gift. Google ďthe seat heaterĒ and you will find their website.

Iím not endorsing this product so if it doesnít work out for you or breaks after one season, donít blame me. On the other hand if your wife loves the product and suddenly begins showing you more respect, then Iíll take all the credit
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Old 01-24-2013, 09:09 PM   #8
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Santa brought our family our first Coach! He wrapped up a matchbox rv and put it the bottom of a much larger Christmas bag. Took our girls a few seconds to figure it out...
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The heated camping chair is one of those collapsible bag chairs that has a rechargeable battery pack that heats elements in the seat and back of the chair. My wife’s nephew bought one for his wife last year and after all the ladies tried it out last fall they all wanted one. At $99 a chair it’s not cheap but it works and makes a great gift. Google “the seat heater” and you will find their website.

I’m not endorsing this product so if it doesn’t work out for you or breaks after one season, don’t blame me. On the other hand if your wife loves the product and suddenly begins showing you more respect, then I’ll take all the credit
I am so getting me one!!
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Santa dropped off a wireless backup camera and monitor from Tadi Brothers. Installed it last week, still need to fine tune the system to get a more reliable picture. I think I'll wait until spring time.
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