Sep 29, 2012 - Homemaking, Personal, Renovating    4 Comments

How the Cab Door Works

Reader Vicki asked for more details about how the door between the living area and cab of my motorhome works.

I just about never go between the cab and the house through that opening. I prefer to park, get out of the driver’s side door, walk around the rig, and enter through the house door. But it will be nice to now be able to go in this way when it’s wet out.

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  • This is sooo clever! I am curious.. how did you mom get into woodworking? Was your grandfather a carpenter? I think it is soo awesome that she does it for a living!

  • And from the cheese post…Huckleberry Jam is all over North Dakota and Montana and Wyoming…maybe just in gift shops for the tourists,?? but it is the best Jam I have ever had.. will be treating myself to a case of it at Christmas time!

  • Gina, my mother is not a professional woodworker, just a hobbyist. 🙂 I’ll have to ask her how she got into the field. She loves to build stuff.

    My dad, on the other hand, was a professional, card carrying carpenter. You would think I’d have sap running through my veins and a little more talent. 😀

    As for huckleberries, I will have to keep my eyes out for some and try them out!

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