Recently, we visted my nephew and his family along with my sister and her husband. As we were getting ready to leave, she asked to see our “home away from home”, our camper.
Unfortunately, when we are actually on the road, we have to stow many items to prevent things sliding around in the camper as we travel and being damaged. For that reason, the camper is not ready for viewing when the door is first opened.
For that reason, and the fact that I need to come up with new ideas for the blog, I will take you on a tour of our camper.
Our Real-Lite truck camper on our F250 Turbo Diesel.
The sitting area set up as a living room. We put the tray on the cushions to give us a place to put our drinks, but Allie uses it as a perch to look out the window.The kitchen. Racks over the range hold most of our utensils. A sizeable pantry is to the left of the stove.The refrigerator (next to the couch, across from a small, very efficient bathroom). The magnetic canisters under the frig hold our spices. It was a great addition to the camper.)
The sitting area set up for dining. The table is at a height that can be used for additional kitchen countertop space but we generally keep it stowed unless we are eating, to give us additional room to move about.
The bedroom, The bed is very comfortable with a Serta mattress.
A different view of the bedroom. The television can pivot for viewing in the bedroom or in the kitchen/sitting area.
All in all, we have everything we need to be comfortable. We are enjoying the ease of travelling in the truck camper. It is SO much easier to get into and out of gas stations, shopping stops, tourist destinations, and to park at the campground.
I refused to learn to drive the truck pulling our trailer but I enjoy driving this rig.
So ends the home tour. We have been on the road for more than 3 weeks and have enjoyed every moment. Just shows how little one needs to be happy!