Category Archives: Tools

AIR COMPRESSOR FOR BLOWING OUT RV WATER LINES

Disclaimer: This is my experience in air compressors.  Yours may be different. I used this small compressor to blow out the water lines on the 5th wheel after we returned from the Santa Rosa trip.  It takes about two tanks … Continue reading

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WHAT DO I DO WITH ALL MY STUFF?

Going from one person in 1700 square feet to two people in less than 864.  I’ve already started to whittle down the stuff I no longer need when I move down to the Basin.  It’s going to be tight even … Continue reading

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TENT STAKES FOUND 2017

It pays off.  Ya never know what people accidentally leave. Found these two sturdy tent/canopy/tarp stakes in tall grass at an empty campground site.  These can take quite a beating.  One can never have too many tent/canopy/tarp stakes.  Don’t need … Continue reading

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NEW CAMPING PILLOW

I like my pillow so much that I take it when traveling, but when I go camping I dislike carrying a big pillow.  The replacement…   I blew it up and left it for two weeks.  Not sure it lost … Continue reading

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A NEW MORE POWERFUL AIR COMPRESSOR, AUGUST 2017

I have a little air compressor with a tiny tank about the size of a small watermelon.  I use it to blow air through the travel trailer’s water pipes to winterize because it has a pressure regulator. It won’t hold … Continue reading

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MODIFIED THE MODIFIED ICE CHEST

Remember when I posted about modifying my new Extreme 3, 28-quart Coleman ice chest?  Here’s the post.  After evaluating my mods on the Percha Dam and the San Juan trips I was able to admit — I hated it.  No, … Continue reading

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EARLY AUGUST 2017 HOUSE FIXIN’

Returning from San Juan means I’m returning to the last of the house preps prior to selling.  It’s a lot of work, but darn it is satisfying. As I was cleaning I happened to notice the registers from the swamp … Continue reading

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