Coffee for many of us is an essential requirement to start our day. There are many ways to make that morning cup and new RVers are often heard to ask how. Well, the same way you do in a sticks and bricks. You can use any method although you will need to give consideration to such things as space and energy source necessary to brew.
As RVers we’re constantly looking for ways to do things easier. I prefer to store bird seed that I keep onboard for our bird feeders in resealable plastic jugs rather than in the original bags. It helps keep the contents from finding its way out of the bag, which makes a mess and attracts unwanted guests (rodents) inside the rig. It also makes filling the bird feeders easier, pouring from a bottle rather than the bag.
As another year of our RVing journey rolled to a stop, we drove our motorhome some 7500 miles which is the second shortest out of the four plus years we’ve been full timing. This is in part to client obligations that kept us primarily in the central part of the country. That said, we added 20 RV parks that we had never visited before in 9 different states. Along the way we met lots of new friends and were able to reconnect with many we had met previously.
Leave it to a Marine to come up with a solution to a problem, especially one who knows about vehicles having served as a Tank Commander from Vietnam thru Gulf War I. Other RVers discovered that if you use one of those plastic Christmas tree stands, you can support your inline water filter. That in itself is a good idea, but if you’re a Marine who knows that the storage space available in any special purpose vehicle must serve to hold as much as possible.
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