"For Road Trips, Luggage Can Vary" Richmond Packing List Tip by deecat
Richmond What to Pack: 1 reviews and 1 photos
Luggage and bags: One great thing (for women at least) about a road trip is that you can hang your clothing in zippered bags and lay them atop the luggage. Thus, nothing becomes wrinkled! Both Jill and I did that; it worked out great. At the time share, we just hung the bags in the closets. It also cuts way back on the number of suitcases. Also on a road trip such as we experienced, you can take more supplies for the condo...food items not perishable.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Since we went on this trip in early May, we had to be prepared for cool nights, for rain, and for possible warm weather. The solution is to "layer". I made sure that I had a couple of sweaters, a spring jacket, a raincoat, umbrella, and good walking shoes.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: I have one of the bags with all the compartments for lotions, make-up, etc. I can hang it up in the bathroom of the condo or hotel room for easy access.
Photo Equipment: On this particular trip, I took two cameras...my digital and my 35M with the capability of 3 different sized photos...I wanted some panoramics. Also, I took my Kodak Easy Share printer dock so each night I printed out the photos that I took that day. I keep the photos on the disk so I can download them to the computer for VT purposes, but I also like to keep my photo albums of each of my trips.
Miscellaneous: I always take my prescriptions in the original containers, an extra pair of glasses (in case of breakage), novels for reading, my journal, extra walking shoes, hats for the sun, and addresses of special VT friends for sending post cards!
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