From the bloggers at All Those Details.
It’s the end of the season, so I thought I’d talk about how we managed to go on eight camping trips this season, with little packing stress. The key was organizing the tent trailer (a.k.a. “pop-up” trailer). Most of these tips apply to camping in general. It is a work in progress, so below I’ve shared what we did this summer.
First, have a camping checklist so you can pack as much ahead of time as possible.
Tote #1: Kitchen
This one stays in the trailer. Anything that needs to be washed when we get home can easily be put away after it’s clean. This tote includes:
◾Pots & pans
◾Plates & Bowls
◾Cups & Mugs
Tote #2: Food
This tote stays in the house between trips. It’s stocked with staples and we fill the rest with perishables before each trip. Food staples that are always in tote #2.
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