OK--I don't expect you all to order these tonight. But this certainly answered my needs.
Like many of you, we want to leave the bed(dinette) as a bed. The front couch does not have the little mini-table like the Burro
, and I'm not ready to do the mod to make it one.
But I knew I wanted some "tv" type trays to eat on in the camper if the weather was bad, or drink my coffee without having to comb my hair, etc.
I must have poured over dozens of stupid websites. I knew I needed something SMALL, and something LIGHT
. I finally found these: http://www.pctabletote.com/
I ordered 2 and they came a couple days ago. Yes, I paid $40 EACH, and no, they are not worth that in materials used--HOWEVER---they are worth it, cause they do just what I wanted: Small (they pack up into the size of a notebook), light
(under 3 pounds each), the legs are adjustable from 13-29 inches (so we can have bedside tables, too!)
I ate my dinner on one that evening, and I was pleased. It only holds up to 18 lbs, so you can't set a 20 lb. turkey on it, but all in all, they will fit our needs quite well (and also can be used for the intended purpose: laptop computer table!)
I also stopped at Barnes and Noble looking for a book about camping, RVs, anything. I found one lonely book: RVing Basics by Bill and Jan Moeller. If you are a NEWBIE like us, I highly recommend this book. I know I could learn a lot of this info right on this forum, but besides being a book person, this answers just about everything (including the terminology of campers). Now I don't have to ask you what "boondocking" means!
Also got my Fiberglass Camper Christmas cards from Zazzle! They are so cute, I ordered a t-shirt and key chain with the same picture.