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Old 09-12-2007, 07:16 PM   #1
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Post Survey: What are your favorite camping toys?

Just for kicking around discussion and something to talk about...what are some of your favorite camping/RV toys? And toys that you just take with you anyway?

Your favorite camping toy might be your BBQ grill.

Your favorite take along anyway toy might be a radio (in my case) or binoculars and a bird book.

What do you drag along on every trip just because you want to?

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Your favorite camping toy - kites, the cool kind that lifts children off the ground. Great fun.

Your favorite take along anyway toy - the Wii. Huge fun for those too-rainy days.

What do you drag along on every trip just because you want to - Glad you said 'want' instead of 'have', cause the wife would not like the answer I was thinking of. So, something I drag along just because I want to... my good digital SLR camera.
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Old 09-12-2007, 07:59 PM   #3
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1. Kayaks
2. case of my favorite beer (for those rainy days)
3. wife - yup, want the wife, because I love her

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Old 09-12-2007, 08:12 PM   #4
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1. Kayaks
2. case of my favorite beer (for those rainy days)
3. wife - yup, want the wife, because I love her

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you just had to put the wife in there huh?

Ok since you started it........

wife and kiddos
if it's in the boonies and not many trees I take my small 4" Dob telescope
bicycles for the 4 of us
we have a set of awning lights that are monkeys that my wife used while camping with her parents when she was younger (she caught me typing young and questioned that ) that we inherited and now my ladies love to put those up
and of course the cold beverages
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Old 09-12-2007, 08:14 PM   #5
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Harley,RC Airplane, I know. Not welcome in most campground's
Deck of cards for the rainy days
Every thing I have is almost new,But I still cant leave without my tool box.
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Old 09-12-2007, 09:02 PM   #6
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Hmmm....
Anti-gravity recliners
Good book
Laptop
Nikon digital slr
Next year: matching set of Honda Ruckus scooters!

And of course the remote control for the surround sound for watching DVDs on rainy days!
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Old 09-12-2007, 09:23 PM   #7
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Funny you mention BBQ grill. I love smelling up th ecampground for 6 some hours smoking some ribs on the pit. I also MUST take my pink flamingos to put out front (BTW I heard that the company making the majority of these are going out of business. Come on people, support the icon).
But ultimately, I must take my old Schwinn Stingray to cruise the campground.I love hearing people say, "hey, I had one just like that but it was red (Apple Krate). Just cool to get stoppped and discuss "the good ole days".
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Old 09-12-2007, 09:29 PM   #8
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1. Kayaks
2. case of my favorite beer (for those rainy days)
3. wife - yup, want the wife, because I love her

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Awww, you should show the wife that post, could get lucky!!
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I also MUST take my pink flamingos to put out front (BTW I heard that the company making the majority of these are going out of business. Come on people, support the icon).

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I heard that too... apparently a lead paint shortage. Friggin chinese.
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My trusty Old Town Canoe
My Dutch Oven Equipment
The Jet Ski
My Emmrod (Go ahead and Google it)
Lafuma Recliners
Motorola Q
Garmin Legend C GPS
...to name a few.
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