"Are we ready to go?"
"I just have to do the wedging, then we're all set!"
We travel almost exclusively on boondocky trails, old logging roads, etc., so things jostle about and sometimes fall
The coolers go under the dinette, then are wedged with a backpack, the food boxes tucked up against the gaucho (couch) then wedged with cutting boards, the "flying drawer" has its own special heavy-duty latch, and the fridge
door, closet, and most other cupboards are bungee-corded (not too tight).
Upon arrival, the chocks are placed under the Boler tires
, the door-step put into position, the furnace
cover replaced and the stove-top elements found and replaced. Then lower the jacks, light
, install the tarp, create and light
the fire pit, and ahhh......