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Fresh farm eggs and more!

A new friend blessed us with several dozen fresh farm eggs! Caleb was very curious to see what color the eggs were and delighted to discover they were both brown and green! Absolutely delicious and we are all VERY appreciative 🙂 Did I tell you about the leak we found in the camper? Actually I should ask if I told you about the damage caused by a leak we found?! It was one of the days when we were... read more

We’re level again!

Saturday was washing day so the camper, truck and cargo trailer all got scrubbed and washed. We then wrote a TO DO list of all the other stuff that needed doing! Sunday and Monday were crazy days with nothing on that list getting tackled 🙁 We did go to see Ayo though – EXCELLENT! The weather has been beautiful and so Tuesday saw me cleaning windows, screens and all whilst Richard went back up on the... read more

Don’t break a glass jar of ginger beer in your RV!

Today was moving day. (Here at Treasure Lake we have to move every 21 days.) No big deal as it makes us clean up. Richard and I spent yesterday afternoon and some of the evening doing a good “Fall” cleaning inside the fifth wheel. Sunday morning’s normal routine on moving day is to get up, have breakfast, cook lunch so we can eat straight after church, put in four of the five slides, go to church, come... read more

Dehydrated peaches

It’s that time of year again when a LOT of fruit is ripening. Jessie (daughter-in-law) and I have been “lamenting” this week on the fact that we do not have access to free fruit this year. Last year, whilst in Idaho, we were blessed with SO many apples, pears, plums and elderberries she was kept busy for weeks sorting it all and our dehydrator ran constantly for a LONG time. (Due to... read more

The importance of a dehumidifier in an RV!

Having shared with other camping folks this year the importance of s dehumidifier in an RV/fifth wheel/travel trailer etc., I figured it was time to put those words in writing. When we owned and lived in our travel trailer the condensation in the colder weather was AWFUL! Each morning we would have to wipe down every window and sometimes even the walls. Of course there were five of us and a dog living in... read more

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