So far, what works is our sweet little MiniPearl. We are amazed at how every need for shelter and comfort can be had in this 17ft. gem. One big surprise is the dishes. I had some really cute melmac dishes purchased at Target...too cute not to take and enjoy, right? Well, they are, but they are not microwaveable, so if I need to heat up something like soup, or chili, or melt butter, I am outta luck. Enter my plain white china bought again at Target. I decided to take some china since....well...we are living in this camper, not vacationing. This has proven to be an excellent decision on several levels. I can microwave with them, they look so nice and we enjoy eating on them and...they don't slide around in the cupboard...the melmac are all over the place, but not the china! We use both, but the china was a pleasant surprise.
Another item that I have and use several ways are plastic dish pans. I use them in my hanging storage in the closet to hold my clothes and keep them tidy, use them for holding loose items while we travel, and of course for doing dishes!
Our Cabelas mod kitchen galley has been a wonderful addition to our home, lots of storage and counter space.
We "velcroed" a power strip onto the front of one of the legs of the mod next to the Cabelas counter. I can hook up 6 different electric items and run them all at once. I real workhorse and we use all the time. There are plenty of outlets in the casita, but this has the benefit of several being handy to my work space, so I can use the elec. kettle, the electric skillet and charge my phone all at the same time. sweet.
The only item that is not working now, literally, is our ice maker and we are hoping that after we give it a rest, it might magically work again....fingers crossed.
Chairs on the side of the charming house are flower boxes! Taken in St. Martins
On the side of a cafe in downtown Concord, Mass. There is also a solar light stuck into the can for evening illumination....how clever!Well, this has been a long post and no pictures....so I will close with a picture and hope this was helpful.