Packing for the Trip

Sunday 19th February 

When packing for a year on the road you have to consider many things.

Firstly you need to think about the space, which as you can imagine is fairly limited, then you need to pack for the varying weather conditions that might confront you.

Added to this, you need to ensure you have the right colour combinations so that one can have as many different outfits as possible.

Also accessibility is a major concern in the limited space of a caravan, add to this the problem of keeping your clothes in tip top condition, and you can see my dilemma .

You can either adopt the carefully thought out, folded, rolled and put into individual containers method….

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or you can choose the “bung in as much as possible” technique.  I bet you can’t tell whose lockers are whose ?

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The top locker affords the wearer clothes that befit the elegance of her personage, whilst the second locker fully supports the dragged through the hedge backwoods look he is trying to achieve!

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6 Responses to Packing for the Trip

  1. Kevin & Maggie says:

    There is a 3rd way which Kevin has adopted, not to use the cupboards for this clothes!

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  2. Steve Pullen says:

    If you became a naturist you wouldn’t have such a problem 😊

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  3. I would Steve, but not sure where to put my loose change

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  4. poddys says:

    I try to aim for keeping my things tidy, but it doesn’t always work out that way. The key factor with me though, is that I hate not being able to find things, so that leads me to keep my things “reasonably” organised.

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  5. Gary Smith says:

    Very disappointed with the clothes storage Jane… maybe try Ian’s white basket approach

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