August 27, 2014

  The butcher-block knife rack in our motorhome’s galley is held in place with hook-and-loop fasteners. I screwed a small metal rack onto the side of the block. Now, the salt, pepper and garlic... Read more »

Hold Tight


July 29, 2014

  Outdoor tablecloths often fly up in the wind. Commercial hold-down springs are too small for the thick concrete or very thick wooden tables found in many parks. At the hardware store, I bought... Read more »

Portable Solar Light


July 29, 2014

  Individual solar-lamp assemblies are available at many hardware stores and home centers, and they make nice light sources while camping. In order to place the solar light in the sun for charging,... Read more »

Water Blotter


June 20, 2014

The countertop around the kitchen faucet in my galley constantly gets wet, and the water runs down the surface and affects other items sitting on the counter. I was tired of the mess, so I bought a cloth... Read more »

Easier Cable Connectors


June 20, 2014

As I’ve gotten older, it’s more difficult for me to line up and screw in the coaxial cable from the campground into the connection on my RV … not to mention the sometimes-awkward locations of the... Read more »

Know Your Height


June 2, 2014

YouTube is full of videos of RVers who have lost their air conditioning units, and anything else on the roof, while driving under low overpasses. To prevent this from happening to me, I had a friend help... Read more »

Convenient Canned-Food Storage


June 2, 2014

We used to store canned goods on shelves behind cabinet doors. My wife often thought that the item she needed was behind some other cans. The simple fix was location, location, location. We decided to... Read more »

Keeping the Tow Bar Dry


June 2, 2014

My tow bar cover was gathering moisture and water due to rain. My solution was to stand the tow bar on end. That way the safety cables and electrical connections are tucked inside and remain dry. My talented... Read more »

Handy Shelf


April 29, 2014

  By using premade spindle rails and scrap lumber, I made some attractive spice/knickknack racks for the motor­home. Using a piece of paneling on the back of the rack makes for easier mounting. Will... Read more »

No More Shake ’N’ Break


April 29, 2014

  Having gone through various racks, and still having wine glasses jingle and turn over, I decided to make my own. I used two pieces of 2-by-4-inch lumber glued side by side (the length was determined... Read more »

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