Clutter Buster

February 28, 2017

  In the September 2016 issue, I read a lot of complaints about motorhomes not having enough counterspace. I did not see any real solutions, so I thought I would submit what I did to add counterspace.... Read more »

Wood Working

February 28, 2017

  I carry a selection of wooden blocks in my motorhome to put under the leveling jacks in case I park on a slope or over a soft spot. It can be difficult to position the blocks properly, and can... Read more »

Slide Stopper

January 20, 2017

  I’ve had problems with the cushions in most of my motorhomes sliding out of place while the vehicle was moving (and sometimes while sitting on them). My solution has worked well over the years.... Read more »

Icemaker Platform

January 20, 2017

  As do many other owners of motorhomes with the standard RV refrigerator, I got tired of buying bags of ice or fiddling with ice-cube trays in an already small and packed freezer compartment. I... Read more »

Step Up

December 22, 2016

  We use our aerobic stepper as an entry step to our motorhome, and as an aerobic stepper to stay fit while on the road. We like using the stepper as an entry step as opposed to a folding step due... Read more »

Dish Defender

December 22, 2016

  In our motorhome, nothing in the cabinets stayed in place while we were on the road. I came up with a good solution. I started with a ¾-inch-thick white pine board and trimmed it to the depth... Read more »

Solar-Light Night

November 23, 2016

  I always enjoy a well-lit campsite, but hate having electrical cords strewn everywhere. My solution involves solar lights and flower pots. My husband bored a hole into the base of a flower pot... Read more »

Happy Storage Day

November 23, 2016

  As new retirees, my husband and I purchased a 1999 Fleetwood Southwind with the idea that we would see if we were cut out for this form of travel. One thing I quickly discovered was that we did... Read more »

Wanderful

October 26, 2016

  The outside shower in our motorhome’s utility bay is difficult to use, and when it’s removed it must be held in one hand, which makes washing both hands or other items awkward. I looked for... Read more »

Quick Tips: Bayonet Busters

Quick Tip

September 27, 2016

  After bayonet-type fittings have been in service for a few weeks, disassembling the connections for packing away the sewer hose can become a chore. And, as we continue to age, our grip becomes... Read more »

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