Shirtless in Chicago

Laundromats suck.  It’s a major downside of RVing Full-Time.

This morning I grabbed two clean shirts, stuffed them in a backpack and flew to Chicago for a business meeting.

I arrived at the hotel, unpacked and quickly realized that one of my shirts is RUINED. There is a giant discoloration along the neck, down the front and on the sleeve. This isn’t the first time this has happened. Two of the Bear’s work shirts have been ruined in the last month.

We were relatively unscathed in the destroyed clothing department for the first 5 months, but that still doesn’t make it OK. There’s way more to it than clothes being destroyed. Let’s talk about how disgusting public laundromats are, shall we?

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A recovering slob walks into a tiny house…

I can vividly recall climbing over the 5 foot tall mountain of laundry to get to the garage. Instead of doing laundry, I would buy more clothes. When we downsized to move into the RV, I stopped counting after 20 full trash bags of clothing to be donated.

I am a slob.

No, I am a recovering slob.

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RV Tips: Maintaining RV Batteries

As part of our routine maintenance, we check the water level of our RV Batteries every 3 months.

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