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Old 01-01-2015, 01:10 PM   #29
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At the risk of being identified as the MOST anal of all of us, I now confess that I have a compartment by compartment, shelf by shelf, LOADING LIST OF EVERYTHING IN THE TRAILER AND THE TOW VEHICLE. After a year on the road, everything had its place so we just did an inventory. This time of year when we are packing a nearly empty trailer we get a chance to evaluate each item, eliminate those we never use and be pretty confident that we have not left anything essential behind. Combined with another exhaustive list of the food items and utensils we customarily carry, we can assemble the whole "Load Out" at home before retrieving the trailer from storage. They say Napoleon learned how to move an army by studying the circus ....
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Old 01-01-2015, 02:11 PM   #30
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First off... I love the idea of labeling each shelf.... I will do this and it will make packing easier. In the meantime, some of my various labels or laminated cards.... and as i do not like all the "legal" labels on the trailer, i have removed these and repasted them inside the propane tank lid. First i photographed them and printed so i can show them to any authority figure who may have an interest.
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Old 01-01-2015, 03:05 PM   #31
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First off... I love the idea of labeling each shelf.... I will do this and it will make packing easier. In the meantime, some of my various labels or laminated cards.... and as i do not like all the "legal" labels on the trailer, i have removed these and repasted them inside the propane tank lid. First i photographed them and printed so i can show them to any authority figure who may have an interest.

Hi, I don't have, or make, lists and I finally removed all of my inside warning labels. But I do have something similar and it's more for the tire shop than me.

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Old 01-03-2015, 12:38 AM   #32
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One of the consequences of growing chronologically more mature is, some parts of us do not function as well as we might like. Some call it benign senile forgetfulness, some call it CRS. Anyway, in pulling a trailer, mistakes can be dangerous and expensive. It is not like leaving out an ingredient of a cake, no big deal.

So, lists, and anything which makes technical data easily accessed, are very helpful for the geriatric crowd, especially.


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