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Old 07-16-2014, 08:30 PM   #11
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(shrug) been doing it our way for over 15 months...no mice or bugs.

But then again, we have a contract with pest control for our S&B, and they also cover the RV for no additional charge.

RV could sing to other RVs: might be bugs (and mice) in some of ya mugs but there ain't no bugs (or mice) in me!

P.S. "seal a meal" is an RVer's best friend
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Old 07-16-2014, 08:39 PM   #12
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We bring everything in. Since we don't have a pantry and limited space we carry all of our dry goods in plastic bins that use the floor level cabinets. When we get home we just carry them into the house, take out the open items that have to be eaten and set the semi-full tubs in our house's pantry. When it is time to camp we top them off and carry to the trailer. For the fridge we usually have so little left it is easier to carry everything back inside and shut the fridge down till we camp again. All in all it is still easier than when we tent camped.
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Old 07-16-2014, 08:45 PM   #13
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All unopened food stuffs stay in the RV.
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Old 07-17-2014, 04:48 PM   #14
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(shrug) been doing it our way for over 15 months...no mice or bugs.

But then again, we have a contract with pest control for our S&B, and they also cover the RV for no additional charge.

RV could sing to other RVs: might be bugs (and mice) in some of ya mugs but there ain't no bugs (or mice) in me!

P.S. "seal a meal" is an RVer's best friend

We use a "Seal-A-meal for the stuff we buy in bulk, beans, sugar, hamburger and what not.
We just grab a bag and stuff it in the trailer pantry or the freezer, works great.
A small piece of duck tape to reseal it if we do not use it all at once.
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Old 07-29-2014, 10:12 PM   #15
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Same as when I am on a trip.... I eat it!


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Old 07-29-2014, 10:17 PM   #16
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Ditto, Larry.

Just eased Buffy back in to her back yard berth today, unloaded breads and meds only.

Tomorrow I'll unload laundry and the non-condiment contents of the fridge. A/Cs are set at 80*, ain't worried 'bout anything else.

Oh, I forgot, Sneak made a run back out there a bit ago, got his snack stash.
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Old 10-19-2014, 08:12 PM   #17
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Everything comes in to the house. It gets cleaned too.



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Old 10-19-2014, 08:32 PM   #18
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everything stays in except open bread, chips, etc. Milk and meat come out of fridge, everything else stays in. Pantry stays well stocked, fridge has been on since April
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At the start of the hotter months I will remove items that I can use at home. My TT doesn't have a pantry so I use a single door lower cabinet to hold can goods placed inside of a plastic container. When cooler months come and & start camping again I will restock the plastic container. The container lid snaps on and I haven't had any trouble with unwanted visitors.
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everything stays in except open bread, chips, etc. Milk and meat come out of fridge, everything else stays in. Pantry stays well stocked, fridge has been on since April

Same here - set up on seasonal site so easy to just bring bread and milk for weekend knowing everything else is usually there !!!


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