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Old 06-28-2015, 06:06 PM   #11
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for traveling, I put my loose items like you show into plastic bins that you can get at the $ store, then when we get to where we are camping I take them out and store them as you have them. the storage bins I get are the small ones that will sit in the same cabinets I will store the items in.
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Old 06-28-2015, 09:24 PM   #12
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We have a mixture, plastic bins, old refrig bins, and cardboard boxes. We put the containers with heavy cans on the floor while in transit and slip them in the cupboards when we get to campsite. Just got back from YNP/Tetons and all went well.
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Old 06-29-2015, 07:14 AM   #13
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Our first trip out I had to do a brake check on I75. Everything did what it was suppose to and we came safely to a stop. First stop for gas we checked the camper only to find sugar and miscellaneous items spread from the back bunk to the front. Hindsight, bad plan to use anything of weight in the fore aft cupboard. But, I came up with this none the less. I think I have about 2 bucks into it. Silly, but may help someone. 2 21in adjustable spring loaded curtain rods from the dollar store.

GREAT Idea Purdy !!!
Think I will try that in our Med Cabinet,,, Every time I open it some thing falls in the sink !!!
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Old 07-05-2015, 05:45 PM   #14
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lol, Pretty funny comments guys. Actually we do drink a lot of kool aid. We were just getting ready for 8 days at Mackinaw City Mi, Wilderness state park. In fact, Just got home. But in fairness I just stuck some things in there for the picture. But it is true, We did take ALL the kool-aid and I'm not sure how much made it back?
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Old 07-05-2015, 06:16 PM   #15
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Slightly off topic, but speaking of Kool Aid I fill any left over space in the freezer with Otter Pops. Filling all of the space helps keep everything cold. They do not leak when thawed. After a long day out in the son I enjoy them.
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I sure hope that Kool-Aid is sugar free ???
LOL !!!
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I sure hope that Kool-Aid is sugar free ???
LOL !!!


Heck no, I have to keep up with all my kids somehow! lol
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Heck no, I have to keep up with all my kids somehow! lol
Good Luck Purdy !!!
We will be heading to Breckenridge next Sunday,,,
For a family thing !!!
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