So here is what has happened today:
Final arranging and packing in the RV is almost complete. If you travel in an RV you know that containers are a must, as are those rubber shelf liner things. They are great to keep things from sliding around. I have often wondered by manufacturers line all the cabinets with a felt like substance that acts like an ice flow on anything that you put in the cabinets. I can't tell you how many times I have opened a cabinet and been showered with whatever was inside. A story I am sure can be related by any RVer.
One thing I notice since we moved out of our first RV is that the cabinets above the table and couch areas are not as tall (in fact, won't even accommodate a cereal box, so I have had to change a lot of the ways I stored things in them.
So, here are some shots of the storage:
I used to use the pink corning ware cooker thing all the time even on the stovetop. Then my good friend Janeen told me about the wonder of an electric skillet. Now I use that almost exclusively to prepare things. It doesn't heat up the RV as bad as running the stove burner and it is easy as pie to use and to clean. So, this may be the last trip for the old corning ware cooking pot. We shall see.
I know that I have many things that I probably do not need, but most of what is here are things that I have wished I had during a previous trip. And, as I said before, there is plenty of room (so far). I know I thought that about our previous RVs, but the more we traveled in them, the most room I seemed to need. One of the good things about changing RVs is that all the stuff gets cleaned out.