So you run inside, gasp for air, towel off and promise yourself you won't do that anymore.
OK .... does this count as amod?
|A hippy-dippy sunshade!|
I opted for the shoe hanger to store clothes etc … rather than the bulkier plastic storage drawers. We’ll see how well it works. My need for drawers may supersede this simpler solution.
The bus is certainly a minimalist’s dream machine. Like a backpack-on-wheels. But again, that’s part of the fun!
I got a nice Coleman sleeping bag which I will fully unzip and use as a bed sheet/bedspread. It has a nice soft lining. I can get a micro fleece throw later to use for colder temps. A towel and 2 pillowcases round out the linen collection. I’ll use one pillowcase as a laundry hamper.
The mixing bowl will do double-duty - it has a cup-measure on the inside. It fits perfectly in the microwave and the non-skid bottom should keep it from rattling around.
The galley is now stocked with only the most necessary kitchen items. I’ll probably use the top shelf for food. (It should hold all my Cheetos, gummy bears, and pecan logs).
The 2 plates are separated by a piece of nubby shelf lining to prevent sliding. That piece of lining can also serve as a placemat.
Next week we’ll make the 2-hour drive to Camping World. Where do you stand on the issue of surge protectors, voltage meters, and polarity testers? Gary, who conducted our the walk-through, talked me out of all that. I also need 2 backup #1 amp fuses - can't find any around town.
After that, maybe the weather will allow a shake-down cruise and some quality hiking!