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When I was in high school, many moons ago, I helped my dad, an electrician, wire a house with all electric drapes. By flipping a toggle switch in each room, the owners could open or close the drapes in that room. Ever since then I have wanted electric window shades in my bus, so that I could hit only one switch and open all window shades upon rising each morning and close all the shades in the bus when I was ready to settle in for the night.

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I have always wanted to live in a log cabin. My brother built a  beautiful one in the upper field on land my dad gave him on the farm that he inherited from my grandfather. It had a great view of the valley below including my dad’s 100-acre farm. My brother built it mostly himself…

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You have many excellent choices for holding tanks from experienced suppliers such as Ardemco. But sometimes you may want one that is a precise size to make the most use of a specific space.

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I was tired of having to wash my toad every time I arrived at my destination while on a trip. It seems that no matter how far I was traveling, my bus would kick up a lot of dust and road debris onto my car and at the very least I would have to clean…

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Quartzsite is located in southwestern Arizona, just 20 miles east of the Colorado River on I-10. It’s been a rock hound’s paradise since the 1960s. These days, it’s also a mecca to well over a million visitors each year, most of whom converge on this small town in a wave of RVs during the months…

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Motorhome with trailer at an ultralight show in New Hampshire. I have traveled quite a bit on my bus and prior to that, in a motorhome over the past few years without a Toad i.e. Tow Vehicle. Before I bought a real bus, I owned a 1996 36’ Fleetwood Discovery Stick-N-Staple unit which I lived…

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By Bruce Fay with Butch Williams Refrigerator Door Latches Our new refrigerator doors seal nicely, but in a sudden stop there was no guarantee they would stay closed.  Our initial system for latching the doors was painter’s tape, but we clearly needed a better, long-term solution. We have seen several very clever ways to latch…

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