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Old 10-20-2014, 01:49 PM   #21
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We have traveled so much in my motorhome recently, I am afraid we forget how to pack for flight. Though the MH is not large, with more than 2000-lb payload capacity, it is easy to bring the whole enchilada. At the end of the recent RV trek, it took a long time for us to bring in all the "stuff" from the motorhome into the home.

And I have been thinking that for future trips, I may want to use an induction cooktop to make use of the electricity from the solar panel, which means pots and pans with heavy bottom.
I'd love a motorhome, but it's hard to get it on an airplane and in the overhead compartment.

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Old 10-20-2014, 03:48 PM   #22
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I purchased two;


Hard to tell size but the firs is about 1/2 the size of the second. The second is standard backpack size. The first will handle an Ipad and other stuff, the second, Ipad, Iphone, two readers, and lots more.

The first is a smaller bag for tours. We cruise. This bag is for sunscreen, cameras, Ipads, towels, repellent, and such. It is also for DW's purse on flight's, and other day travel. It is much smaller than the second bag.

The second is for air travel and short trips. I carry it along with a carry on roller. These two are all we need.

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