- Aug 23, 2019
what?... no Flux-Capacitor?Oh, so many things. [For sewing, I gathered up all the scissors in project boxes a few years ago, and the total was something ridiculous, but they've been dispersed again, so they're where they are handy to use. Sewing machines? 2 modern, 4 vintage. 1 midway between modern and vintage, and 3 vintage ones ready to rehab. Then there are notions aplenty.]
To name a few camping related ones, we have:
3 coleman white gas camp stoves. two 425 models, becasue we had a valve go when we tested it the day before a long trip, and no one in town had a replacement, so I ended up buying a stove. I found the larger 2-burner 413 at a yard sale, so that's been handy. Also, we have a single burner LP Coleman stove, and the white gas MSR Reactor Whisperlight for backing. Two Coleman lanterns, which we seldon use anymore, one white gas, which I prefer, and the other propane, bought one year when fire regs for one trip were prohibiting white gas appliances, we used the LP stove in the popup to cook.
Lots of tools, I buy them when I see them at yard sales, so we have a tool box in the trailer, one that goes in the truck, a bicycle one, one with things to service my vintage sewing machines, and the stuff that stays home. (Not even counting the huge wooden box that has my great-grandfather's carpenter tools in it, the few that are left anyway.) Klein multi-bit screwdrivers, in the camper and in the house, so we don't have to take them back and forth.
I have no idea how many multi-meters we have, these days I let my husband take care of those