1. Baskets in the Refrigerator. And bungee tie downs -
Dortha bought some of these baskets for the refrigerator and Pam has used them ever since our first few months on the road.
2. Freightliner Large plastic wrench hubcap bolt tool -
Frank was in the campsite right across from us when we were still finishing up our full time working. During those couple of weeks, he sold me a tool that came in handy last week.
He had a Fleetwood Discovery on a Freightliner chassis and had taken the wheels off a few times. He noticed that his bright and shiny hubcaps were permanently scarred and gouged by the mechanics who used metal wrenches to get the center screw off. This plastic one worked like a champ when I put on my new hubcap.
3. Foot/boot scraper -
In Florida this past winter it was hard to keep from tracking sand into the Roadrunner and messing up the floors. We looked a number of times at Home Depot and Lowes but did not find one. We saw one back in December but for some reason it is a seasonal item.
4. Dish tub in the sink /Suds down the toilet -
When Pam and I first started tent camping, she always took along a dish tub to clean things up after dinner. I don't know whether by habit or ingenuity, she continued that practice.
5. Smell Management - strike matches in the bathroom -
After we had used a jar candle, Pam kept it and we place it on the heat duct ledge in the bathroom near a box of strike matches.
That's all for now - thanks for joining us on the Roadrunner Chronicles!