Windstorms and wildfires. What a way to come out of the broom closet.
Life is good. Even when it isn't. You never know the difference a single day can make.
When it rains - problems, not men. Today continued to be a day. We could have chosen defeat. Instead we chose joy.
Life has gotten weird lately, right? Every day there is so much news, so many reports, so much conflicting information. It's intense and overwhelming
Exploring Louisiana. We've all watched Swamp People. At least one of my kids was going to end up as alligator crunch and munch.
Peel and stick backsplash. If you're looking for an inexpensive update with lasting impact, this might be the project for you.
So we've been on this adventure for a while now and we've learned several interesting things about camp bathrooms. Honestly I hadn't given this much thought before we got started. We have a shower in our camper and most campgrounds have bathrooms. What was there to consider? Oh naive, little grasshopper. I had so much to learn.
I'm a Southern Girl at heart; sweet tea and iced water run through my veins. Unfortunately Belle (my camper) is a bit southern too and defaults to frozen water with the tiniest little temperature drop. Since we're wintering in Washington this year, that's a problem.
Freezing weather creates special problems for RV water systems. Some campers have enclosed bay areas for water hookups. Some of those bay areas are even heated. I have neither heat nor enclosed bay. All of my water hookups hang right off the side of my camper. Exposed to all the elements. It's a winter wonderland nightmare.
You know those days when you are foolish enough to utter the words, "At least it can't get any worse"? Yep. Today was one of those days.