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Old 08-31-2016, 08:58 AM   #1
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What's Your Favorite Travel Accessory?

My wife and I are photographer's so our camera is pretty much essential (we share one)

what don't you leave home without?
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Old 08-31-2016, 09:05 AM   #2
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Don't leave home without the radio, and beer of course.
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I travel light, so pretty much any accessory I take is something I can't do without ... such as NAV (in-dash on Sunseeker yay!), iPhone, iPad, coffee makers (electric and propane), grille, coleman stove, lawn chairs, leisure mat....etc.
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The dogs! Just wouldn't be "home" without them.
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My wife and I are photographer's so our camera is pretty much essential (we share one)

what don't you leave home without?
Don't leave home without a good book and a walking stick. Taking long walks seems natural with a long walking stick and sitting down with a cold drink and a good book covers the rest.
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My wife and I are photographer's so our camera is pretty much essential (we share one)

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Good question . unlike a lot of campers on vacation i make sure to bring my common sense with .
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Oh I could never pick a favorite, that's why I love having a trailer where I can bring it all with me, lol! However, if I didn't have a trailer and I could only choose one accessory or something not considered absolutely necessary (like food, clothing, toothbrush, soap, etc) then I guess I would have to say a comfortable camp chair and a book! Yes, I know, that's two items, but I couldn't help it because a chair necessitates a book and vice versa
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Good question . unlike a lot of campers on vacation i make sure to bring my common sense with .
Ouch!! Statements like that always make me wonder......... 😮
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