What do you keep inside?

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Postby azmotoman » Fri Jul 30, 2010 6:47 am

Food stuff goes in the 'chuck box' inside tow rig,
Clothes, bedding go on interior shelves in small baskets,
Dry goods, cookware, utensils, fuel go in galley cabinets,
Attachments, tables, chairs & 'stuff' go in tongue box.
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Postby oklahomajewel » Fri Jul 30, 2010 8:05 am

I tow with my Honda Accord, so I keep most everything in the Jewel Box.

As far as interior, I would suggest keeping the first aid kit in there ... experience of waking up at 2 am needing something.

I keep one big mag lite flash light... long and skinny, and set it up right in the corner of the 'headboard' Cabinets over the foot area keep clothes , toiletry bag, towels. But I also ALWAYS have a deck of cards, rain ponchos and pair of knit gloves ... for cold mornings.
I've also gotten to where I like to keep one pair of jeans, one longsleeve shirt or sweatshirt and one each of tshirt, shorts, undies and socks.
Handy for a spontaneous trip in case I forgot something!
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Postby azmotoman » Fri Jul 30, 2010 8:13 am

Deck of cards? Hearts, by chance? Please say yes . . .
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Postby slowcowboy » Fri Jul 30, 2010 11:40 pm

Hey. a pair of gloves you remined me of that one. I could have used the ones I feed hay with to my cows the other day while camping in my teardrop above lander as i was fishing on a high moutain creek and the messquiters were trying to pack me off and feed me to the fishes.
I was lossing fish as I could not sit still and hold my hands still till the fish bit as the mesquiters were eating my hands up. I use a small white pair most of the year that the ropers use to rope with. they are 90 cents a peice plumb washble and cool in the summer time. I am going to stick a pair in the cabnets in my teardrop right away. My thoughts. Slowcowboy. the gloves would alos work real Real well for pot holders to. I need them bad last weekend I could have dumped my bacon greese out and with no pot holders I ate greese freid eggs. Gloves for pot holders would be great!!! Slowcowboy.
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Postby Mightydog » Mon Aug 02, 2010 12:06 pm

slowcowboy wrote:a pair of gloves.


We keep two pair of leather work gloves in the tool box in front. Yeah, we've used them for pot holders or to get a dutch oven off the coals. Gloves are always a good idea.
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