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    You are in: Home / Community Forums / To Go/Brown Bag/Picnic/Camping/Potluck / New to Travel Trailer "Camping"
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    New to Travel Trailer "Camping"

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    me & alex
    Tue Jun 24, 2008 12:03 pm
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    I have a toolbox (like tacklebox size) that I keep all my spices and knives, oil and stuff in. It's easy to close and move out of the way when not in use - also good to bring into the house after a trip and re-stock. That one is a medium sized one - I have a larger one for flour, sugar, popcorn, rice etc...

    Love the handles!
    deedles9395
    Tue Jul 01, 2008 10:56 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Our family has been camping for several years and one thing I CANNOT camp without is HEAVY DUTY aluminum foil. It holds up much better for the campfire cooking!! Also a quick easy snack for the kids (and adults) on a hot day, is freeze pops. I keep a box in our trailer and throw a handful into the freezer before we leave the house.

    Happy Camping!!!!
    Random Rachel
    Sat Sep 13, 2008 1:09 pm
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    Great tips - we are planning on taking our first trip in a camper soon and I found the advice helpful icon_smile.gif
    cali~jenn
    Tue Sep 16, 2008 9:31 am
    Semi-Experienced "Sous Chef" Poster
    one thing i will add is since you are camping with no hook-ups, remember to conserve your water. that seems to be the biggest mistake that people who come with us to the big mountains (where there are no hook-ups) seem to make. they think they can bath and wash dishes and stuff like at home, you cant. fill the sink with soapy water and wash everything and then carefully rinse everything with minimal water. it is a hard lesson to learn when you run out that first time, so be careful. you may want to buy a solar battery charger also. we got one for my dad at sears and it really works, his battery always says full. i think it was like 100 bucks, not too bad to keep you charged.
    psch811
    Tue Apr 09, 2013 2:33 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Hello out there! This is my first post here, so here goes. My wife and I bought our first large trailer and are picking it up this weekend! I have to say, I'm very excited and a bit nervous about making sure I know what I'm doing. I havn't driven with a trailer in many many years, so that is a concern, but I'm ready for the challenge!

    After reading the posts in here, I'm feeling even more excited about getting started with our new life really. We've done the whole tent camping thing throughout the years with our kids, and now we are totally ready for the creature comfort style and we don't feel guilty! Ha!

    Anyway, I look forward to reading much more in here and appreciate all the interesting stories, and tips!
    DEEP
    Tue Apr 09, 2013 11:00 pm
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    psch811 wrote:
    Hello out there! This is my first post here, so here goes. My wife and I bought our first large trailer and are picking it up this weekend! I have to say, I'm very excited and a bit nervous about making sure I know what I'm doing. I havn't driven with a trailer in many many years, so that is a concern, but I'm ready for the challenge!

    After reading the posts in here, I'm feeling even more excited about getting started with our new life really. We've done the whole tent camping thing throughout the years with our kids, and now we are totally ready for the creature comfort style and we don't feel guilty! Ha!

    Anyway, I look forward to reading much more in here and appreciate all the interesting stories, and tips!


    Welcome, psch811.....likely, as the season gears up, we'll have a lot of posters around to give you tips. We all like sharing what's worked for us! I think your excitement is going to get you a long way. So many just don't have the enthusiasm that it takes for alternative living! Hang in there!
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