January started with a bang and then just about fizzled out before we had a chance to say goodbye.
We moved back into our bus after being estranged from it for over six months. Wasting no time we headed out to the desert for a New Years Eve celebration with a junket of rambling friends. Life couldn’t get much better as we kicked off the upcoming year, until of course, we were stopped dead in our tracks.
By the end of January, our one week of boondocking in the desert had turned into an unexpected three week adventure and education. The abrupt change of plans would end up granting us a clearer perspective into the path for simpler living we seek. But we didn’t realize this at that moment. And just like that tall creamy glass of Guinness beer that changed our course last winter, we kissed our well laid plans goodbye once again and cleared room for what was to come.
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An RV toilet upgrade is easier than you might think. Even for a rookie plumber in an old RV, the work time need to complete this job was about one hour. Our video will show you that no mater how inexperienced you think you are, putting in a new RV toilet is nothing to be afraid of.
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Spray paint products are quickly becoming our new best friends as we repair, upgrade and fine tune our ol’ motorhome. Our home on wheels may be tiny but, the parts and pieces are made up of a large and exciting variety of materials. So, after a bit of research from bumper to windshield cover, we’ve found that handy-dandy and very inexpensive spray paint is the answer.
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We like to travel, not spend our weekends at home improvement stores. Between the two of us, we own one hammer, two kinds of screwdrivers, and a ruler. So when we bought our 1988 Motorhome in 2009, we feared that we’d enter into our own D.I.Y. Bermuda triangle.
Continue reading You Don’t Have To Be A Modification Guru To Be A Happy Nomad
When you live in less than 150 square feet there is always need for more efficient storage spaces. So, we’ve happily turned some awkward holes into usable spaces. Of course, with the help from a wood-whittling, precision-craft, guy-tech, lumber engineer named Charlie Lopez.
Continue reading Our Favorite Wood Chuck on Handy Motorhome Cabinet Upgrades.