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Old 11-07-2015, 11:47 AM   #1
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RV Wish List gifts?

Now's the time to start compiling those RV wish lists for the holidays. What's on yours for the upcoming season of camping?? Got to let the DH/DW know so they can take advantage of holiday sales or purchasing deals! Who knows, what you add to this thread may help someone else looking for gift ideas.
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Old 11-07-2015, 11:49 AM   #2
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Any collapsible space-saving silicone kitchen items (bowls, dishpans, measuring cups, etc.).
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Old 11-07-2015, 01:07 PM   #3
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Dear Santa,

I've been almost good (if you use a grading curve). So this year for Christmas I would like a Red Ryder carbine BB rifle with a compass in the stock and this thing that tells time.

I would also like a new patio mat and a slow cooker.

Your friend,
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Old 11-07-2015, 09:22 PM   #4
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Any collapsible space-saving silicone kitchen items (bowls, dishpans, measuring cups, etc.).
Below are a few links of stuff I got off Amazon and love . Pricing jumps all over so I waited for items to drop.

Amazon.com: Squish Mixing Bowl, 3-Quart: Collapsible Bowl: Kitchen & Dining

Amazon.com: Prepworks by Progressive by Progressive Collapsible Dish Tub: Collapsible Dish Drainer: Kitchen & Dining

Amazon.com: Magma Products Gourmet Nesting 10-Piece Stainless Steel Cookware Set: Sports & Outdoors
cookware is expensive but a nice size, versatile and stores in a nest
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Old 11-08-2015, 12:08 AM   #5
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Below are a few links of stuff I got off Amazon and love . Pricing jumps all over so I waited for items to drop. Cookware is expensive but a nice size, versatile and stores in a nest
Yep, got all 3 of those items ... and especially LOVE the cookware. Believe it or not, also found a collapsing tea pot!
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Do you use electric blankets in TT or they draw too much juice?
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We dry camp - too much juice, also, not easy to run the cords (to the instructions) with TT bed construction). For us, a duvet works much better.
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Electric blankets are a great addition. We use ours even if just to warm the sheets.
Only with pedestal power.
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Electric blankets are a great addition. We use ours even if just to warm the sheets.
Only with pedestal power.
Gee I got a 12 VDC one from Amazon works well and does not use that much power overnight..
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Amazon-Santa was already good to me at the end of this season.


Low pressure portable gas grill and an adjustable thermostat for the water heater.


New toys for the 2016 camping season waiting under the cover...
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