It's all shits and giggles until someone giggles and shits.
Mr. T's minivan sounds FUN!
One windshield wiper.
an ice scraper
In my 4WD
an ice scraper
Hey, it's Pennsylvania - flip flop season and ice scraper season can be in the same month!
Over the winter, I got stuck in my 4wd. I was on my phone with my mom, who asked if I had boots. My answer:
"No mom, but I DO HAVE my spare flip flops!"
And the obvious, full size spare tire
My tolerance for stupid shit is getting less and less.
Large 3'x4' dog bed, 2 fuzzy blankets, 4 dusty towels, dog leash, empty bread bags.
Folded blue tarp that fits the floor back there
Mountain bike, both wheels on.
3 soft plastic bike water bottles for pre, during, and post ride, bottle of gatorade
4 reusable shopping bags stuffed inside a fifth
In a cubby in the far back, tools for installing my hitch mount bike rack, chain lube and a dirty chain rag, pair of work gloves, flares, sunscreen, dustpan and handbroom, bottle of windex, roll of shop towels
Another cubby has the jack and lug nut wrench
Dead center, under the bike, a pair of 10' long 2x4s slid between the front seats (yes really, they fit inside with the hatch closed).
Home depot bag with a box of screws and rattle can of paint)
Jumper cables under the drivers seat
On the floor in front of the passenger seat I have a pastic tote with another bottle of windex, baby wipes, sunscreen, napkins, two beer bottle caps, a badly chewed rubber lacrosse ball, lots of dog hair, melted chocolate, some coins, chapstick, pens, notepad.
At least I unloaded my bag of ride gear with salty stinky cycling shoes, helmet, gloves, lycra padded shorts, jersey, socks.
Gotta get the bike and the lumber and home depot bag out. The rest stays.
Separated, divorcing, moving on.
I edit because I always make typos.
Life with Mr. T is an adventure.
Some bubble jars
Sidewalk chalk pieces
Empty water bottles
Spare tire stuff
Usually an emergency road kit, but I brought that with me on vacation. idk if there is anything else. I will check when I get home.
I think that's about it. These are all the things we couldn't fit in our Penske Truck and trailor when we moved to Washington. Uggg, I am back in Phoenix for a month, and not looking forward to making the drive again!
(ETA)--I know I am missing a lot of stuff on the list. But there is still lots of stuff in storage two. Looking forward to loading up all that stuff and trailoring it up to WA...wheeee.
[This message edited by wonderboy at 4:30 PM, July 10th (Wednesday)]
The sea is so wide, and my boat is so small.
My trunk has a picnic blanket and jumper cables. I'm assuming that there's a spare tire in the compartment below, but I should probably check and make sure...