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Old 02-23-2013, 09:38 AM   #11
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I added the 3-inch magic foam topper on mine. makes all the difference in the world... I too was surprised the RV queen size beds were different from the house queen sizes.
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Old 02-23-2013, 01:44 PM   #12
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RoyBraddy are you a "Real" Horse Creeker? I just talked to one the other day. I live in Salem.
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Old 02-24-2013, 10:39 AM   #13
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We also use queen sheets in our 2011 19h and also bought a heated mattress pad and have used it on a trip in Oct to Duluth love it
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I must be the odd one out, we use sleeping bags. It's just so much easier than making up beds.
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I must be the odd one out, we use sleeping bags. It's just so much easier than making up beds.
No you're not. I agree. (Now if I could just get DW to agree.)
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Old 03-06-2013, 07:52 AM   #16
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Queen size sheets on our 19H mattresses, with a sleeping bag over top as the comforter. We also have water proof mattress covers over the mattress to protect it in case my son has an accident. They usually stay on with the mattress folded. This year we are trying a memory foam topper on our mattress. In cooler weather we use an electric blanket to preheat the bed. It is under the sleeping bag and we turn it on about an hour before bed. The bed is nice and toasty when we get in and then we turn it off and we are pretty warm for the entire night.
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We use a combination of sheets and sleeping bags. Mattress pads (a nice thick pillow top mattress pad for the grown ups), sheets and sleeping bags on top. Keeps the mattresses clean from dog hair and camping dirt, and if it's a hot evening, we don't have to use the sleeping bags as we have the sheets right there.
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Old 03-06-2013, 11:02 AM   #18
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We use queen size sheets, blankets, comforters, etc.; whatever the temperatures are supposed to be, we pack our bedding accordingly. This past winter, we bought 2 sets of electric blankets. They don't use a lot of amperage, they have automatic shut-offs and man are they warm!! We love them so much, in fact, that my bride enjoys camping in the winter--and she hates the winter!! Happy Camping!!
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I must be the odd one out, we use sleeping bags. It's just so much easier than making up beds.
Gaylec, what we found as the easy way to make the beds when we first get to camp, is first team work. Second, we open the emergency exit (unzip the end window screen). My DW is inside with the bedding and makes the bed from that side, and I stand outside and assist by pulling and straighten out the covers and tucking in the covers on the outer edge, and whatever else it takes. This way no one is kneeling on the bed, it is really quick and easy with the two of us.
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Old 03-08-2013, 09:31 AM   #20
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We use a flat sheet on the mattresses but also use a full in the back and a queen in the front air mattress. Over that we place a foam pad on and cover it with a fitted sheet. Both my wife and I have back issues and need the extra comfort and support. I have a sleeping bag and my wife uses a sheet and heavy afghan she made.
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