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Old 12-26-2019, 03:00 PM   #1
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Christmas camp gear

so what did you get for Christmas camping related. New chairs, outdoor grills, rugs, lights, etc...?? and what do you think of them so far ?
just looking to get ideas for after Christmas sales that might be starting.
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so what did you get for Christmas camping related. New chairs, outdoor grills, rugs, lights, etc...?? and what do you think of them so far ?
just looking to get ideas for after Christmas sales that might be starting.
thanks Troutcamper
We gave our TT a nice long, heavy-duty power extension cable, so we don't get stuck "just too far' from the power point next time.

Plus, a Very, Very Orange flushing hose for the black tanks. (It's a recurring fear of mine that I'll use one of the drinking water hoses, by mistake, so the brilliant colouring may help to remind me )

And a new tool kit... actually in a hard case, as opposed to the usual assortment of stuff rattling about in the bottom of a bag.

A free standing ceramic heater, which will be a lot quieter than the onboard furnace - and doesn't burn up our propane

One or two other things, but the big hit was a nice big, solid, cast iron dutch oven, that we can hang over, or drop right in, the fire.

I think we need to introduce a new rule, though.... For every new item we put in the TT, we have to take at least one out!

Compliments of the season to all!
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I think we need to introduce a new rule, though.... For every new item we put in the TT, we have to take at least one out!

Compliments of the season to all!
But that will be the "ONE THING" you need on the next trip...
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Santa delivered to me a Yeti Tundra Cooler. Its big enough to keep a case of beer ice cold for days.

I will field test it this New Year's Eve.

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Old 12-26-2019, 07:55 PM   #5
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Old 12-26-2019, 09:02 PM   #7
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Old 12-27-2019, 07:53 AM   #9
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I got the Bauer electronic door lock and a couple other needed locks that are keyed-alike to the others on the camper, the wife got new pots and pans for the house and so the ones from the house are going to the camper and the cheap ones in the camper are being donated.
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I got one of these hitch handlers and a couple small LED flood lights that I plan to use as back-up lights on the TT.
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HSO37B0...v_ov_lig_dp_it
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Santa delivered to me a Yeti Tundra Cooler. Its big enough to keep a case of beer ice cold for days.

I will field test it this New Year's Eve.

It pays to be a good boy!
If You need that cooler to keep your beer cold , you drink to slow!
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If You need that cooler to keep your beer cold , you drink to slow!
I was negligent to mention the Black Velvet Reserve chaser that I have with my barley pops.
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A new cover, to replace the 7 year old one that's on it for the last time. Not bad for NY winters.
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A wally box for the outside TV. Now beer will be a lot more fun'r.

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I've just realised that one of the non-camper Christmas gifts will actually have a camping benefit... a vacuum sealer. One of those kitchen gadgets that sucks the air out of, and then seals, a plastic bag.

Mainly intended for the kitchen/freezer, but it will be useful for pre-prepared foods to go in the fridge and, perhaps more usefully, it will give us a way to packages small items in a waterproof container. (In my sailing days, we used to seal up a couple of boxes of matches, to keep them dry.)
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Solo Stove for us. We camp in Indiana and Florida for a week each - and they don't allow ground fires. Haven't tested it yet.
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