It is extremely important to learn how to load and pack your recreational vehicle both from comfort and safety standpoints. I opted for a traditional application acrylic paint in a semi-gloss finish on the walls and high-gloss on the cabinets. I chose the high-gloss against my design preference because the paint store rep promised the finish would be tougher. I tried both roller sponges and paint brushes and prefered the brush finish to the orange-peel effect of the sponge roller. Neither had as nice a finish as the spray paint. If I could have gotten my chosen color scheme for the cabinets in spray paint I would have done all the cabinets with spray paint for the final color.
This is how I roll. I’m not the most confident driver. Part of my love for the Shasta Compact is that 1) it was within the towing capacity of my small RV (the Toyota Rav4), and 2) its compactness makes towing a bit less intimidating. Usually these companies offer a variety of plans from which to choose, but even the least expensive and most basic will get the job done for you.
Perfect article for us as we will be going home in October from Schipol and was wondering how it works. I’ve only owned the Dolphin for a year, and have no experience taking apart RVs!! I have done my fair share of DIY jobs, however. Making me feel sort of old since I remember a lot of those trailers. My parents bought a brand new Rambler back in 1969, after we spent countless summers in my aunt and uncles old Shasta. Thanks for the memories!
I’ll always remember The Marker for having one of the best timed openings of all time. The Grand Canal hotel launched, complete with a jazzy rooftop bar, during one of the best spells of April weather in recent memory. It couldn’t have been planned any better. The rooftop bar is one of the hottest spots in the city when the sun shines, so getting a table is no easy feat – get there as early as you can and cross your fingers, as bookings are only taken for groups of 10 or more. Priority is given to hotel guests, or to those with leaders club membership. Always check on the site before you make your way over – it’s available for private rental, so is sometimes closed to the public.
They help minimize wrinkles in clothing and encourage road warriors to fold their clothes neatly and keep them that way during the trip when not being worn. The article informs people who are thinking of staying in Cebu City not to stay there because, like me, they may expect something different.
Hello Mentalist acer. Thanks for being my first commenter. Some of those boats are decked out pretty fancy too, from I have seen. Those bubble trailers can be small like the one I showed or they can be pretty big with lots of room. Take your pick. lol.