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Old 11-06-2013, 09:03 PM   #21
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Bring 'em....Leinenkugels to be exact!
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Old 11-06-2013, 09:10 PM   #22
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PA state parks prohibit alcohol. They don't even have the provision that you can drink it inside of a motorhome that I know of.
Yep, thought about that a couple minutes ago - but we usually hit Raystown Lake - US Army Corps of Engineers runs Seven Points. Alcohol allowed. And a great place to watch some houseboats and nature.

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Old 11-06-2013, 09:39 PM   #23
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Bring some....... buy some there. Have a frig in the TH garage / living area

Definitely bring what can't be bought in stores.................




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Old 11-06-2013, 09:50 PM   #24
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For our 3.5 month trip to FL, we have 4 cans of coffee, (4) 12 paks of Pepsi, 6 pak of wine coolers(TOWTA's). Pepsi may get replenished, but the rest will last the duration.
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Old 11-06-2013, 09:54 PM   #25
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I found the perfect place to store our "fixins". There's a really wide drawer under the air bed sofa. I use a few sofa throws to wrap the bottles in, and if I run out of room there I use the drawers under the bed, wrapping the bottles with bath towels.
Yup, that's our wine cellar. Wrap the bottles with towels and they are good to go...
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Old 11-06-2013, 10:08 PM   #26
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Bring some, buy some, but all non-alcoholic.
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Old 11-06-2013, 10:38 PM   #27
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Bring some, buy some, but all non-alcoholic.
Same here except TOWTA's 6 wine coolers, which will last the entire trip
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For our 3.5 month trip to FL, we have 4 cans of coffee, (4) 12 paks of Pepsi, 6 pak of wine coolers(TOWTA's). Pepsi may get replenished, but the rest will last the duration.
That sounds like us. We carry the same alcohol from trip to trip to trip and rarely finish it (again- depends on who we camp with; some trips we consume more than others). But man, 48 Pepsis would last us 2-3 years!

We do, however, go through about 7 gallons of drinking water a week.
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That sounds like us. We carry the same alcohol from trip to trip to trip and rarely finish it (again- depends on who we camp with; some trips we consume more than others). But man, 48 Pepsis would last us 2-3 years!

We do, however, go through about 7 gallons of drinking water a week.
Most of our friends are Pepsi drinkers or coffee drinkers. I might drink one Pepsi every 2 weeks and TOWTA maybe one a week, the rest will be served to others. Our two grown sons will go thru a 12 pak/ea a week.
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Most of our friends are Pepsi drinkers or coffee drinkers. I might drink one Pepsi every 2 weeks and TOWTA maybe one a week, the rest will be served to others. Our two grown sons will go thru a 12 pak/ea a week.
Seems we're more alike after all. That's generally what our non-water drinks are for (here at home and in the camper). Daughter and I will maybe have a Sprite a week and even that, we've switched to the pony bottles.
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