Compared to Wisconsin, where we used to live for most of our life, not very cold. Lots of rain and very little snow.
However, we’re having sticker shock over our first propane heating bill (about $200 for 15 days and on course for double that for the next bill). On the other hand, we are heating about 1,500 square feet as opposed to a 400 square foot RV.
We were able to move in Tuesday, December 1st — one week later than we thought. C’est la vie.
MAKING THE BED, LITERALLY
Being furniture less full timers, we had purchased a DIY bed from https://www.thuma.co (Thuma). What sold us on a Thuma bed was the “Japanese” joinery . . .
The final product . . . Flirt approved . . .
A few days after we arrived, the Welcome Person arrived with a card, senior event calendar, and good advice.
RVers all know the hardships & heartaches of storing their RV. How much will storage cost? How far away is the storage lot? Will I have easy access to my RV?
At Idlewheels, RV storage is free. (However, to be fair, there are only 6 spots for 111 units in the park.) Storage is IN the park itself within walking distance of our place. Access is 24/7. And best of all, there’s FREE POWER!
WHAT’S THIS SWITCH FOR?
And it was on the toilet, too, so I had to check it out . . .
Yes, yes, this is not my original experience, but a recreation — which turned out worse than my first encounter.
However, the best part is the graphic on the switch . . .