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Monthly Archives: September 2015
We have spent this past weekend cleaning, organizing and getting the RV packed up for our big journey. This leads me to tonight’s post. What are my favorite apps to get organized and streamlined for this trip. Dropbox- we use … Continue reading
Checking the roof of the RV is a monthly ritual for us. We need to get up there and check around all the sky lights and make sure the sealants all look good. Of course we will get up there … Continue reading
My co-workers gave me a very nice going away party last night. It really warmed my heart to hear all their wonderful comments and just have some time to share stories. They are very special people. They went over the … Continue reading
Tires are probably the most important part of our trip as far as safety goes. We felt very strongly about installing a tire pressure monitoring system before we start our adventure. This system can monitor all of our tires, RV … Continue reading
Our Welcome video on YouTube Today I spent 4 hours trying to set up a YouTube Channel. Then we spent another 1-hour creating a very tacky welcome video to our new channel. We created a 30-second video and have about … Continue reading
We recently bought a small inflatable solar powered light for those times we might not have electric hook ups. This will be a great addition to our backpacking gear as well. This little light has 10 LED lights that are … Continue reading
Video of Gizmo chasing frisbee One more item that Gizmo will be taking with him on his cross country trek is his shih tzu sized soft frisbee. He tries really hard to catch this and is usually succesful one out … Continue reading
The one piece of gear that gizmo will not leave home without…his Ruffwear harness. We ordered one the week he came to live with us and he now has 5 of them. He has multiple colors and has one larger … Continue reading
After a very early morning trip to Gilman’s Electric for 10 gauge wire and Roger’s hardware for connections we have finally attached the portable solar panel.