Learning more about RV living. Still organizing the space. Found more storage space behind the seating area drawers, accessed under the seats.
I may do some customization to build an inside art studio area. The inset wall where the flat screen TV is would work well as a painting area. Took the TV out and am considering making a folding easel/table that can become a working surface adjustable to any angle. That gets me very excited.
I was planning to draw, paint, and design outside on folding tables, but I’d be limited by the weather. What if it’s hot, cold, or too rainy to paint outside?
First trip to Camping World has been put on hold. Looking forward to it. Maybe tomorrow.
I’m enjoying the furnace and how quickly it warms the space. These March days have been damp and cold. I appreciate that within 2 minutes I can be warm in the mornings.
I don’t leave it on all night because I need to get accustom to conserving. Ideally I’d like to be able to dry camp for 14 days at a time.
Taken a few hot showers. It must be done with care. Letting water spray all over would be an invitation for water leakage and then mold growth or dry rot. The shower was fine. Not pleasurable but I got clean. Most RV campgrounds will have a shower anyway. I will augment my shower with occasional campground shower. There’s also an outdoor shower on the Nomad! Hot water and all. Could wash the dogs with that and no mess to clean up.
Went to an Asian Market nearby and loaded up on dried foods. I love the seaweed paper thin sheets. Great for snacking. The pickled ginger in jars is to die for. Got noodles and miso to make quick soup. I made some for lunch and put in some leftover lamb and fresh shallots. Delicious. It will be nice to see how many variations I can come up with. Love the pho too. Colletge course was Top Ramen and peanut butter.
Today I’m tossing back and forth the situation with my house sale. There’s a complication due to unconventional construction. The very thing that makes the space upstairs so dramatic is being scrutinized by an inspector. Could complicate sale. I was told the structure was sound when I bought the house. Unconventional, but sound. Its been solid for the 12 years I’ve lived here. So hopefully this will be resolved without a lot of money and fuss. Tonight I may need to uncork some red wine.
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