I love a tidy home and prefer it to be organized. Even when I was a kid, my belongings always had their place. Its carried me all the way through my military and my adult life. I seem to have been gifted exceptional mad organizational skills. And now, I’ve channeled them into our RV. So, I asked myself, “why not share my How-To Guide to RV Organization and Storage”.
So, pour your favorite five-o’clock-somewhere, grab a comfy seat and come see how I did it…
When we shifted our cribs from our former Kentucky home to our home on wheels with our two cats, we knew we’d have a few challenges ahead. But me oh my! Never would we have been prepared for some of the uncertainties we’ve faced on the road. We needed to learn how to make them happy RV cats. Because, if the cats weren’t going to be happy, guess what!? It’s a given fact that one of us would be! Continue reading “How to RV with Cats…and survive!”
Before we started turning the wheels of our RV, we’ve researched, read blogs, watched videos about RV club memberships. Talk about massive overload of information. Although they are great for discounts at campgrounds or RV parks, we needed a few that are more so about community.
I was always a ‘stainless steel’ pots and pans cook; raised on it when I was a kid and brought up using them through all of my adult life. I loved it. It was safe and I feared no health consequences from cooking in good quality stainless steel cookware or cooking tools. So, because we moved into a smaller kitchen, I had to find an alternative that was compact yet big enough to do the job but had to be stainless steel.
So far this year (2018) we’ve been incredibly busy and on a roll!! We’ve hiked trails in Big Bend National Park, walked the runway of the Wright Brothers in North Carolina and we climbed all 250+ steps up Cape Hatteras Lighthouse; also in North Carolina! We drove the Blue Ridge Parkway and OH, did you know we were cast members in the movie documentary RV Nomads?? All because we enjoy our full-time RV lifestyle!
We’ve found that even in the digital age, paper-page books are good to have in presence. Convenient as it may be to be able to use the internet to get info, having physical books isn’t a bad thing. Phone apps are only as good as your WiFi signal, ease of use and information within.