We’re almost there! The RV renovation is coming along. I thought I’d give a glimpse of the area where we’ll spend the most time inside the rig. These are before and after pics of the dinette removal. The TV was … Continue reading
It seems as though the interior portion of our RV renovation was completed quite rapidly. In week three, we used the most elbow grease and pretty much wore ourselves out. I laid the subfloor, carpet tiles (from Amazon,) and galley … Continue reading
While I researched a number of countertop options and thought I had decided on one (well, two — one for the kitchen and another for the bathroom,) I thought more about it and challenged myself to a personal “frugality competition.” … Continue reading
Week two of the RV renovations has begun and I can see this homely duckling (she was never ugly) becoming a swan! I’ve made numerous trips to Home Depot, Lowe’s, Walmart, Advanced Auto Parts, etc., etc. for paint, wood, screws, … Continue reading
As the days pass, we are getting more and more excited about going full time! We started renovating the rig today and I excitedly began renewing my old RV memberships with Good Sam, KOA, Passport America, and Boondockers Welcome. One … Continue reading
If you’ve read through my site, you know that while I was a full time RVer, I had some of the best experiences of my life! When I was married and our family grew, life dictated that a brick and … Continue reading
Who says you can’t maintain a healthy diet while RVing? I’ve gone through several RV recipe books and most of the foods presented are made with processed meats and lots of salty canned goods. I’ve had a few people ask me to share some of my recipes, so I’ll start with my lunch this afternoon.
I cut up one cucumber, two small tomatoes, and one avocado in a bowl. I sprinkled a little basil on top, used about a half teaspoon of lime juice and topped it with balsamic vinaigrette dressing. It was easy, DELICIOUS, economical, only 250 calories, and I’m stuffed!
I just came in from a lovely walk around the campground, and I’m ready to start writing again. Here’s to a happy, healthy, simple life!