Wow, the warm weather is gone with a winter blizzard bearing down on us, it's time once again to share some stories and how to's. I've decided to write several shorter blogs then one long annual one.
We finally got "The Queen" in better running condition and with all the added bells and whistles we had some amazing "glamping" adventures this season here in…
007.JPGA military themed camper built on an 8 foot pop-up camper frame. Queen size bed, flat screen, inside sink and porta-potty, small dinette table and two side benches. A rear galley is being fashioned with roll out cooler, microwave, gas cook top and lots of storage...view progress photos at…Continue
When my wife and I bought our trailer last year. I noticed that it had 12 volt lights already added to it. What it didn't have was a converter! The previous owner ran all the wires under the dinette seat and had 2 deep cycle batterys wired in series with the 12 volt wires attached to one of the batterys. First thing I did was take the batterys out of the inside of the trailer. Next I went to our local RV store to find out how I could hook up the 12 volt system correctly, He was a great help!…Continue
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It really wasn't as difficult as I had expected. I got the idea from our friend Stu Mitchell here on GORVs. Stu reccommended a method called "roll and tip" and a brand called Interlux Brightside. I knew that I couldn't spray paint my MH and I certainly could not afford from 3,000 to 20,000 dollars for a professional paint job. (some of the quotes I received by calling around). I thought by gosh I can roll paint, I have done several houses and many walls, why not a MH. So I proceded to…Continue
We all have those projects in life that seem to never get finished. All the moxie and determination seems to wane after a while, and what started as a fire quickly dwindles down to a smoldering ember. THEN! Along comes your second wind, and it's just enough to blow gently on the ember and bring it back to a roaring blaze!
Such it is with projects like…Continue