Sunday, September 28, 2014
Sunday, September 21, 2014
We are only a block from Main Street and the tiny downtown consisting of a general store, a fire station, a bar, a bowling alley/restaurant and 2 churches.
Several friends have asked if we had claustrophobia yet and I have to say it is not a problem so far.
Sunday, September 14, 2014
- Our galley tank holds 8 days of kitchen waste water without really being conservative (don't pull the handle to open the drain and wait until the sink backs up).
- The heat works. It uses propane and when the first tank is empty it is easy to switch to the second tank. It costs $22 to fill one tank. Now we know where we stand, with that tank anyway.
- The stove and oven work very well. The stove lights itself but the oven pilot doesn't stay on so it's a knee-breaker each time.
- Dish Tailgater was designed for use in a parking lot with no trees and not in a campground with mature trees. I like the trees, Rollie likes TV.
- It takes several nights to get used to any new mattress but we already knew that. Having thunderstorms the second night sets you back a couple nights.
- The freezer holds more than we thought. I have made and frozen apple sauce and tomato sauce besides what we brought along.
- We probably brought more stuff along than we need but we have one more chance to drop it off in Northfield.
- Rome, WI, is a cute tiny town with about 900 residents, 2 churches, one bar, one small general store (for sale) and a small bowling alley/restaurant with German food on Saturday nights. We are a block from "downtown".
- I really like the efficiency of this small space.
- I am trying to be able to upload photos to this blog, and to learn all the functions so please bear with me.