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Re: [RC] [RC] questions! - Laurie Durgin


I use Rubbermaid type containers for lots of stuff. They keep everything dry. Easy to stack and they bounce. I use some for dry foods, one for my clothes (easier and dryer than suitcases or duffel bags), one for dishes,cooking utensils. Easy to label. I also keep sheets or sleeping bags in them.


Bring a tent and an inflatable bed.
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> Tents are warmer than trucks or the back of a horse trailer.

But people in horsetrailers don't have panic attacks trying to open the
zipper when they hear a stampede of loose horses going through
camp...O.K. We do panic but we don't visualize them tramping us to death!
:-)  I've been soaked through enough times in tents to have a permanent
aversion to them. The best tent camping tip I ever got was to use a ice
chest to keep your clothes in. That way  after the tent floods you still
have some dry clothes to put on.>g<

Angie

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