From the bloggers at Roadtreking.
Practical ideas to make your travel lifestyle more comfortable don’t require a lot of money. Many of these ideas are borrowed from others, some are a result of several of our own (sometimes expensive) false starts, and a few of the cheapest turned out to be unbelievably useful. We readily discard ideas that just don’t work. Here goes with some of the useful tips.
Winter Running Water. For winter travel we are winterized with no water in the fresh water tank, but we always carry a fresh water supply in separate bottles. We have a 3-litre plastic bottle we bought full of drinking water at a truck stop. When it’s empty, we refill it from our tap at home.
The Last Paper Towel Holder. Between camping stores and Bed, Bath & Beyond, you can find umpteen kinds of holders for rolls of paper towels. We had bad luck with all we tried– they took up too much counter or cabinet space, they allowed towels to unroll in a heap on the floor, or they leaped into the aisle on sudden stops. Our last towel holder is the cheapest and by far the best.
Folding Laundry Hamper. Walmart sells a collapsible laundry hamper or basket. Ours folds up to 1″ thick x 9″ in diameter and stores atop the towels in the compartment above the toilet.
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