Bunk end caddy or storage for glasses and books

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  1. Skinnifatkid

    Skinnifatkid Happy to be off the ground! Wife happy, me happy!

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    Sorry it took so long to get these loaded for you to see. They started as garden aprons. I trimmed the belt off, added Velcro loops and they one for each side, work great for keys, glasses, change what ever. I bought them at Dollarama a couple years back, but I'm sure any apron that could be modified would work.
     

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    I am both cheap and lazy :). When we had the pop-up, I bought the wire shower caddies from the Dollar Tree and slid them on when installing the shepherd's pole.
     
  3. upstate family

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    Natureangel that is a great idea! I have a few of those we don't use anymore that I put in the give away pile. They are getting put into the pup!
     
  4. jonkquil

    jonkquil Active Member Gold Supporting Member

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    My version, I stuck a covered VHS box (remember those [;)]) to the bottom of a mesh caddy with velcro. I wanted a safe place for my watch and ring as I always seem to end up with them still on, when I climb in bed whilst camping. Sorry about the dark picture, was just snuggling down when I remembered I needed to take a pic :)
     

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  5. 94-D2

    94-D2 Happy Campin'

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    I put a cot organizer on the bunk bow. Attached them with bungee balls from Walmart. Some folks use the shelf but on my highwall the bunk ends are not as tall as the low side pup. So I needed something flush to the bunk end but was capable of holding books, water, flashlights and glasses. Been living with it for over a year and works great.


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    Where did you find this? I like.
     
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    I luv the cot organizer idea, and just happen to have one ...thanks
     
  8. Sneezer

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    Cabela's sells the cot organizers. I used to have one that came with a cot I bought from them. It was pretty neat, and had a hard glasses shelf on one end - you can see it in the upper left corner of his picture above. Lots of mesh pockets, and I think there was a beverage coozie in it as well. However we returned the cot as it was not comfortable for my son and difficult to put together for a then 10 year old boy.

    I have the parts to do the wire shelf on mine, but the cot organizer was going to be my 2nd choice.
     
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    I sewed my own using old jeans. I used the pant legs and added the pockets.
     

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    MsMac Well-Known Member

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    Those are so cute! What a great idea.
     
  11. 94-D2

    94-D2 Happy Campin'

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    Cabellas is correct. I did see essentially the same one at bass pro the other day with their name on it. It was about 20-35 bucks I think. The hard shelf and bottle coozie is a nice feature. DW gets to use it but it works out nicely
     
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    Made mine from the fabric I used to recover our cushions and my husbands old jeans. Works great! Strong and matches our interior!
    http://nvschulmans5.wixsite.com/allamericanpup/single-post/2016/06/23/Bunkend-Caddy



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