We’re trying something new here at RV Space Savers and looking forward to hearing from you all to see if it is better then the newsletter style we usually send. Living in an RV and even traveling in an RV for an extended period of time can be challenging. Finding space saving tips and ideas is a bonus for us all and many Rver’s are great about sharing those tips and ideas.
Here at RV Space Savers we are always researching and trying new space saving ideas that solve problems for anyone with an RV and no matter how big or small our rigs are, we need to make use of any and all ideas that work for us.
Some new products we have found can be found on our website at http://www.rvspacesavers.com. One of which is this Mesh Food Cover. It works great to keep bugs and leaves (this time of year) out of either your plate of food or dishes you are sharing at potlucks that we all sure enjoy. They take up very little space and great to have several. They are 15 inches in diameter so will cover a good sized dish. They are great little space savers. See one of the photos on the website of a customer using one. https://rvspacesavers.com/shop/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=140
The following link has many great tips and ideas for RVer’s 15 Minimalist Hacks To Maximize Your Life http://www.buzzfeed.com/morganshanahan/minimalist-hacks-to-maximize-your-life?&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=DIY+1011&utm
As the leaves turn their brilliant colors and begin to fall, the weather gets cooler along with the wind, rain, gray skies and threat of frost is showing up more days than not, most of us are feeling the “hitch-itch” to head south to the warm weather and saying to one another…”LET’S ROLL! “ Since there are full-timers and snowbirders, getting ready to head south for the winter gives us lots of things to focus on to get ready for the trip. Living in an RV ourselves, we sit in one spot for longer in the summer as we spend time near our kids and their families and that was especially true this year due to Mike having a mild heart attack and his doctors saying “they” would decide when we headed south! I am always amazed that the longer we sit in one spot the more “stuff” we seem to accumulate! The motor home (as well as both of us and CoCo) have had our annual check-ups, batteries, belts, fluids and tires checked, all caulking checked and repaired along with the roof, motor home washed and shined and I’m sure there are other things I am forgetting on the outside. On the inside, the windows get washed, the cabinets cleaned inside and out, carpet is cleaned, refrigerator is cleaned and defrosted and everything is put in its place. And for you Snowbirds, you have not only all the maintenance things to do but load in all the things you plan to take including clothes, food and kitchen items. Some of you we have talked to leave non-food items in your rig so you don’t have so much to pack up. No matter what kind of traveling you do in your RV, there is always a lot to do to get ready for that trek to the sun. And for some of you brave souls you plan to winter where it’s cold which gives you a whole other set of issues to deal with. Google “Camping in the Winter” and you’ll find several resources to read.
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Since tomorrow is Halloween I thought it would be fun to add this article. America’s Best towns to Visit on Halloween. http://www.travelandleisure.com/articles/americas-best-towns-for-halloween. Hope you all have a fun Halloween http://www.travelandleisure.com/articles/americas-best-towns-for-halloween
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