We are coming in March, has anyone ever stayed at Sky Rider Log Cabin ? This is out first time to stay in a cabin any advice on what to bring. Thanks
I usually never like the skillets...always seem to be the wrong size, or things stick, so we have gotten used to taking our own skillet. Other than that we have usually been able to make do with whatever there is.
Here's a link with some great ideas. There's a link in one of the posts on this thread that has the most extensive packing list I've ever seen, so be sure to click on the link on this thread.
All of the cabins that I have stayed in generally have all of the basic cooking supplies/untensils. If I plan on cooking a special meal or entree then I will take my own dishes that I use for those (you can make do with what they have). Seasonings, sugar, flours, condiments, coffee etc. I bring or buy when I get there a little extra dish soap and hand towels/dish rags & extra paper towels (paper plates/bowls & plastic spoons)! As for the bedding everything is supplied extra blankets and pillows. The bathroom only has a couple towels, wash cloths, and hand towels (extras can be got from rental office some offices do charge) I always take some of my own because we use a lot of towels and washcloths! I take some hand soap and extra toilet paper just in case. I always bring my shampoos, conditioners, soaps, lotions, hairdryer, curling iron, razor, toothbrush/paste (personal hygiene items that I use at home). If you forget something, Wal-mart isn't far and there are grocery stores close as well. Enjoy your trip!
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