A new category for those interested-RV Living and laughs

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We bought an RV. Oh my gosh, “We bought an RV!”

I’m feeling overwhelmed. I’m wondering about the laughs everyone says we’ll have.

Will I have to drive?

Where will I but my big crock pot, the bar-b-que grill, and my tools?

My usual thinking outside the box, now switching gears, I will add thinking inside the box. Think smaller living…RV living.

The RV living category will be perfect for anyone living in a small home with or without wheels.

RV Living and Laughs

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The thinking outside the box remains. We still have our cabin. But if you live in a small place the posts in this category will interest you.

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Here are a few things I’ve learned.

A french press makes great coffee. I can heat water on the stove or microwave.

Speaking of microwaves, this one is a convection oven as well. I put a metal cake pan inside and didn’t blow us up!

My new favorite way to cook is the instapot. If you’ve followed me for awhile, you know I don’t share many recipes. Cooking isn’t big for me. It is small in size and makes cooking easy and fast.

For quick grilling, an electric grill is perfect. Plug it in grill it up and eat. Plus no smoke or smells inside.

I can’t be away from my DIY tools for too long. So I ordered a small tool kit and I surprised by how much I can get done. Although for longer trips, I will bring woodworking tools. I have to share DIY projects with you.

still cant golf | Country Design Style | countrydesignstyle.com

We are learning to bring the things we love…like a putting green…I still can’t putt.

Emily on guard | Country Design Style | countrydesignstyle.com

Emily loves traveling and staying in the RV.  She may be small, but she’s a great watchdog.

Our biggest laugh so far…

Mike listened to my directions as we tried to get gas for the first time.  We ended up with the RV in the regular car pull-ups instead of the RV spaces.  It was a bugger to get the RV out…but at least we fit under the awning!!!

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Yes, I can work on the road.  My office in the RV.

In case you’re wondering where we are on our first trip…

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we are outside Tombstone, Arizona…enjoying the perfect cool weather.

The next RV living post will be creative ideas to organize.



Remember to laugh…as you go over the cliff!  😀

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  1. Cool! I’ve always wanted to go cross-country road tripping in an RV. Too bad the rest of my family isn’t as excited. Can’t wait to see your tips for organizing and how to bring some of your DIY activities on the go!!!

    1. It took us a few years to finally decide to get one. So, hang in there Flo, you never know! I may even look into doing demos along the road.

  2. Andi Cacciatore says:

    WOW!!! Congratulations! What adventures you’ll have! Can’t wait to read all about them.
    Safe travels in your beautiful new home 😍

    1. Thank you, Andi! We just returned home from our first “test” trip. There’s a ton to learn. We only flooded the RV once!!! Actually, only about 1/2 gallon of water, but in a small area, that’s a bunch.

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