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Old 02-26-2013, 12:10 AM   #15
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Storing stuff in 23D

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Put the most often used stuff in front. Various size clear plastic storage boxes, bins keep things orderly and in place going down the road.

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Are you talking about under the sink?

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Old 02-27-2013, 09:44 AM   #16
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We use plastic boxes in all storage compartments to organize and keep orderly. Under the sink with the waste basket, and a few kitchen items, there really isn't much space and you don't want to push your plumbing around, but a couple of bins may be useful here.

We leave our trailer fully equipped for travel when not using it, but take absolutely all food out of it to discourage mice, insects, and spoilage.

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Old 02-27-2013, 10:08 AM   #17
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Hi, I have a 19" Bambi with same type of bed. We purchased used. The PO did not include the bedspread. I have a question...I see from photos the spread is basically two parts, the flat top part, and the fitted side piece that follows the contour of the bed. Does that side contoured piece go all around the bed or just on the side of the bathroom and foot of bed? I looked into buying a replacement and it was $500.00 plus, I will be making my own.

Also at night, do you take the fitted comforter completly off, or just pull it back. I like the tailored look. Thanks for your help. I heard a Robin outside today so we are getting closer to camping season!
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On ours we have a twin down comforter and cover with only a flat sheet and the thin grey blanket is for looks and dogs but on the wall side I just tuck it all in. Hence the reason I make it while I'm still in it it's pretty easy and I keep thinking of having the blanket cut down but it's worked for two years. Let me know how your cover turns out.
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