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Old 06-24-2018, 10:50 PM   #1
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over head bed

What do you use for bedding for the overhead bed and the table bed in the fourwinds 24 fs? I'm thinking I may have to just use a sleeping bag, but was hoping someone may have a suggestion on what they do.
also where do you store your cooking pots and pans and extra bedding?
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Old 06-24-2018, 10:58 PM   #2
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The Missus sewed us a couple of "sleeping sacks; that we stick inside of a very light sleeping bag.
It acts as a liner that is much easier to clean.
She took an oversized sheet, and just sewed it on one side, and the bottom.

She tried to find sheets that would fit...
(specifically: a fitted bottom sheet.)
When she couldn't find anything: we went with "Pan B", and have been pretty darn happy.
(We have some really heavy duty sleeping bags; that we could use underneath us for extra padding...)
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Old 07-07-2018, 05:06 PM   #3
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My overhead bedding consists of a inflatible mattress, a fitted sheet and flat sheet. In the winter I have a sleeping bag for those who dare to camp with us in the "cold months". Mattress is inflated with my small vacuum cleaner which stows easily behind the sofa bed. When not in use the mattress is deflated and stays in the overhead bed along with the bedding.

Don't know about other RVers but I am down to the very basics when it comes to cooking on the road since most cooking is done outside using a griddle, one burner propane element, one fry pan, one wok pan, one 2-quart sauce pan, my Can Cooker. They (except for griddle and element), and my kitchen towels, etc., easily fit in the bottom deep drawer under my stove top.

My Vegas bedroom has overhead stowage that meets in the back two corners. Since it is a PIA to get to anything stowed there, I put things I rarely use (such as extra bedding/electric blanket/throws)) in those corners.

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