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stuff for the ill-equipped condo kitchen


Darienne
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What a lot of good ideas. Of course, if I followed them all, we'd need to pull a trailer too. :laugh:

As for the Swiss Army knife...on the person of the DH at all times. And hammers are everywhere in the life of a reno man. There's a hammer in each car. Not taking any chances with going into the water in the car without a hammer.

As noted, with five days between us and Moab and two large dogs who eat raw and living on the cheap, we already have a lot of 'stuff' one might need. But I have scribbled down each and every idea given. Thanks. :wub:

Darienne

 

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Life in the Meadows and Rivers

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lingerie hanger, you know, those round hanging thingies with clips on the end. Useful for towels, bags and, occasionally, laundry. ??

Laundry/lingerie carousel hanger

oh, and sorry if my post implied a lack of travel experience.

add to the list... sharpening stone and/or honing steel for your knives (and other tools).

You can probably pick up misc. small items @ the second hand stores, as you mentioned earlier.

I loved Moab, and also Mesa Verde CO.

Karen Dar Woon

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lingerie hanger, you know, those round hanging thingies with clips on the end. Useful for towels, bags and, occasionally, laundry. ??

Laundry/lingerie carousel hanger

oh, and sorry if my post implied a lack of travel experience.

add to the list... sharpening stone and/or honing steel for your knives (and other tools).

You can probably pick up misc. small items @ the second hand stores, as you mentioned earlier.

I loved Moab, and also Mesa Verde CO.

No offense given, none taken.

Laundry we do at the Village Market place. Ed has a honer with him at all times. And you are correct abut the misc.'s...Wabi Sabi and Memory Lane it is...or the General Dollar store. All the highspots in Moab. :raz:

Good woman. Moab and Mesa Verde are my idea of where to dwell. :wub:

Darienne

 

learn, learn, learn...

 

Life in the Meadows and Rivers

Cheers & Chocolates

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