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Old 09 March 2010, 09:02   #1
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Keeping stuff dry...........

I'm not expecting much room for the inevitable kitchen sink - that SWMBO will no doubt want"need"(!!) to bring so what do you use to put spare clothes in - this time of year ? The "drybags" ? If no room in any lockers - a couple of bungys to strap them down somewhere?

Can't help thinking there must be a better way?

- all ideas/experiences welcome!
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Old 09 March 2010, 09:21   #2
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Drysacks are good, especially if you can fit them in a seat pod or locker. Otherwise, you could do the clasp up around a seat backrest frame.
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Drysacks are good, especially if you can fit them in a seat pod or locker. Otherwise, you could do the clasp up around a seat backrest frame.
Yep or full of ice for the electric lemonade
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i just hang them all on a rail in my cabin along with my dinner jacket and pirates outfit
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i just hang them all on a rail in my cabin along with my dinner jacket and pirates outfit
How'd you stop that Spanner from sliding off the table whilst underway?
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How'd you stop that Spanner from sliding off the table whilst underway?
i've screwed it on the mantle above the wood burner, have to mend the catch on the burner door as the logs keep falling out when i'm caning about
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i've screwed it on the mantle above the wood burner, have to mend the catch on the burner door as the logs keep falling out when i'm caning about
Hope you've fitted fire-proof shagpile
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Hope you've fitted fire-proof shagpile
shagpile? i've got it quarry tiled, far harder wearing
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shagpile? i've got it quarry tiled, far harder wearing
Underfloor heating from the engine cooling?
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shagpile? i've got it quarry tiled,
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