I have hated, no loathed, my RV Fridge since the day we bought our new camper, Mountaineer 350QBQ. We traded in a residential fridge for a one door camper fridge, yuck. It also had these ugly panels that match the rest of the interior. I decided that we should update the fridge doors by taking out the wooden panels and replacing them with sheet metal and adding vinyl chalk board or white board on top the sheet metal. This Continue reading
Memory pens are a great way to keep track of all your families adventures and are super easy to make. A friend, Mrs. Ann, that lives in a travel trailer and will be going full-time very soon (so exciting) actually gave me this idea. What I love about this idea is they take up very little space, they are inexpensive ($1 -$10 each), not heavy (huge concern in a RV), you can make them out Continue reading
DIY.org is a place for kids to share what they do, meet others who love the same skills, and be awesome. Kids get to earn badges, learn skills, and have tons of fun doing it. Teachers and homeschoolers can use it as part of their core curriculum. Munchy decided she was going to work on her Detective badge. Munchy would love to be a FBI agent. Today she worked on getting a little closer to her dream. She Continue reading
Today was took art clay art class from craftartedu.com in our pajamas, that’s the wonderful thing about homeschooling (pajama days). We learned how to make a Christmas cupcakes necklace And earrings which of course will go on sale on our etsy website. I think Isabelle like it the most but McKenzey humored me and took the clay art class also.