Happy Valentine’s Day from RV Space Savers.
We have been in lots of parks that have Valentine parties, activities or dances which can be fun. We hope you have a wonderful day where ever you are and whatever you do to make it special.
Know Before you Go We still seem to be getting nasty weather in a lot of the country and pray that you all stay safe. Be sure to check the long range forecast for what area you plan to visit to hopefully know what is on the horizon weather wise. Living in an RV hopefully you can rearrange your plans or get out of an area before things get bad and travel to an area where things are better.
Tip from reader Danise: Some of you may be planning a trip to Alaska or through the Canadian Provinces this summer and you may want to read this article and see if there is anything you need to be aware of and have in place before you trip. Thanks so much for sharing Danise. Know Before you Tow. www.rvwest.com. Search under articles for RV Tips and Tricks Know Before you Tow Regulations for towing in Canada and the US. I tried to link the article but it wouldn’t allow me to.
Money Saving Tip from a Gentleman in line at Kroger: I was visiting with a guy in line at Kroger a few weeks ago and he had 2 of these Mistro Olive Oil Sprayers
he was purchasing. He said he had borrowed one from a friend and fell in love with it so he was purchasing one for himself and one for his sister as a gift. He said you can use any kind of oil in it and it saves a ton of money rather than purchasing cooking sprays that may be filled with things you’ve never heard of! I also bough one and we are really liking it. Mike can only have Canola or olive oil and we have tried both in the mister and so much cheaper than the canned cooking spray.
Great Space Saving Tip: A hanging utensil rack made out of an old wooden paper towel holder. Here are the directions. http://www.hometalk.com/13774385/diy-rotating-cooking-utensil-storage-rack. Sure would help save counter space.
Products I used the most this week: Always the number one item is the Salsa Maker which I used to make guacamole for a Super Bowl Party, chop veggies for a soup and turn canned chopped tomatoes into puree for Swiss steak; 3 qt. bowl as I made a different kind of Norwegian Bread (so easy): measuring duo to heat the milk and bloom the yeast. I jut mixed everything together with the small fiskie. And any time I make most things I use the collapsible measuring cups, magnetic spoons, silicone spatulas, food safety paring knives and the oven mitt. Find these products and many more at rvspacesavers.com. https://rvspacesavers.com/shop/index.php?route=common/home.
What RV Space Saver products have you used this week? Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org..
Here is the recipe for the Nutritious Norwegian Bread which is so easy to make. Makes great toast and is very hearty.
The only thing I did different was used almond milk and added 2 tablespoons of sesame seeds and 2 tablespoons of chia seeds.. TIP: When you sprinkle some of the seeds on top be sure to press them into the dough well before baking.
CloseOut Sale: Oven Mitt.
Regularly $14.00 On sale now only $10.00 while supplies last. Hurry (only 3 left)
9″ glove with improved surface pattern for added grip
Heat resistant to 600 degrees
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Great Places to Visit: I ran across this article in the Passport America newsletter and thought “well how fun would this be?” The Map of the World’s Longest Highway would certainly be the ultimate road trip. Doesn’t sound like something you would want to do in your RV but what an adventure. I had never heard of it. Here is the article which I thought was pretty interesting. https://www.inverse.com/article/27356-map-worlds-longest-highway-ultimate-road-trip.
This would take you on the JOURNEY of a lifetime and I thin it is one where you would be holding a lot of maps and making lots of memories. Until our next journey together… “All journeys have secret destinations of which the traveler is unaware.” Martin Buber