Hang in There


June 2, 2015

  The majority of our camping is done in national forests, which means a lot of towing on bumpy gravel roads. We recently purchased a new V-Cross Vibe trailer that has a rear bedroom. When we reached... Read more »

Chair Leg Caps


June 2, 2015

After the plastic caps at the base of the legs on our folding camp chairs wore out, we found that the legs were punching holes in our outdoor RV mat. The hollow aluminum legs also filled up with sand... Read more »

Sturdy Spool for RV Shades


May 4, 2015

  One of the pet peeves I have with our RV’s day/night shades is the plastic piece that holds the cords tight and is held in place with a screw in the wall. Over time, the plastic piece will break.... Read more »

Twist and Lock


May 4, 2015

We have a 2010 31-foot Flagstaff 831RLBSS travel trailer. Installing the brace to keep the slideout from moving while under way was inconvenient. I got tired of holding up a 42-inch locking brace over... Read more »

Simplify Ceiling Grille Removal


March 31, 2015

    We love the 8½-foot ceilings in our toy hauler but cannot imagine why anyone would design the air-conditioning return grilles in the ceiling (that contain the filters and are held on with... Read more »

You Light Up My Steps


March 31, 2015

  Sometimes when we leave our RV, I forget to turn on the outside lights for when we return in the dark. I mounted two solar deck lights on either side of the steps that adhere with hook-and-loop... Read more »

Power Cord Cache


March 2, 2015

  Every inch of a teardrop trailer is valuable real estate. I did not want to carry power cords in the tow vehicle, and the box on the front of my trailer is occupied by the air conditioner. My solution... Read more »

Out-of-the-Way Ladder Storage


March 2, 2015

  I recently purchased a new travel trailer and needed a way to carry my 6-foot collapsible aluminum ladder (it folds down to 3½ x 4½ x 75 inches) without taking up space inside the trailer. At... Read more »

If the Shoe Fits…


February 2, 2015

We take off our shoes at the door of our fifth-wheel to minimize tracked-in dirt and sand. Since we then had to find an easy-to-get-to place to store our shoes, I came up with this simple DIY installation.... Read more »

Easy-View Bubble Level


February 2, 2015

After attaching a stick-on bubble level to my fifth-wheel, I found it was too high to see in my truck’s mirror. To solve this problem, I placed a new bubble level on the left front of the trailer, outboard... Read more »

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