Things to improve the camping experience
Changes made to the trailer to enhance livability or function.
One of the mods we made to our previous trailer was to add a push bar to the screen door. It not only gave us a good place to push the door open when going out, but it made it easier to pull the door closed behind us coming into the trailer. It worked so … Continue reading Mod – Screen Door Push Bar
Replacing a mouse hole power cord with a detachable cord Our Jayco came with the power cord attached inside the trailer and fed out through a hole in the wall. The hole has a cover on it, but they are often called mouse holes for a good reason. One of the first mods done to … Continue reading Mod – Detachable Power
The bathroom in the trailer lacks a medicine cabinet. It also lacks towel bars. Since we do not like to put holes in the walls of the trailer, we had to have a different solution for both issues. An over the toilet shelf system fits very well in the bathroom. It is held in place … Continue reading Mod – Bathroom shelving
Ways to make camping easier or more convenient.
Paper towels seem to be a necessity when camp cooking. So, having them handy is a really nice perk. Based on a tip online somewhere a few years ago, one of those flag stands is the right size to hold a roll of paper towels. The key is to keeping them from unrolling in the … Continue reading Tip – Paper towel holder
The ladder on the back of the trailer makes a quick rack for drying towels and other laundry. But it has very limited space and not the best airflow. A clothesline can be rigged up between two trees or the ladder and a tree. Sometimes, the campsite doesn’t afford that luxury. That’s where the tripod … Continue reading Tip – Clothesline tripod
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