........that doesn't vibrate.
LOL. Sorry, had to add that laugh in there. It beats all the vibrating ones too! LOL
I could do without a TV, although I thought I couldn't.
I could do without a microwave, for sure. I could even do without a stove and an oven. I made it 6 weeks without a car! But not the fridge.
It is cold so you can't even cozy up to it. And it gives you ice. Which is not really a necessity, but more of a nicety. I don't drink a lot of ice anyway.
the best thing about a fridge is that it lets you keep food for later. Right after we moved into the camper, both Glen and Greg (I know a lot of people with the letter G) tried and tried to get the fridge working. Neither could.
Glen couldn't stand my whining so he went and bought me a dorm fridge. No freezer to speak of, but a 2.5 cu ft space for perishables. In the early days we stuffed it full of water and nothing else. Just having cool water was like manna from heaven.
I bought jelly for the peanut butter sandwiches. And Frank wanted milk for his cereal (imagine that) so I got a pint of milk for him. And a squeeze tube of mayo, some lettuce, ham and cheese for deli wraps.
We bought 6 eggs one day but didn't have to make room for them because Frank immediately dropped them upon returning home.
And that, my friends, is about all you can stuff into a 2.5 cu ft fridge.
Oh I lie.
We went to the Little Village for dinner on Saturday. That is such a big thing that it requires reservations! And I ordered the most divine piccata! I brought half home for dinner tonight. But I ate all of the tiramisu.
yesterday I re-purchased the 6 eggs and some butter. I made fried eggs and grits for breakfast this morning.
Did I ever tell you I really don't like many breakfast choices? Eggs, cereal, oatmeal.......I put up with them but don't like them much. I have had cereal every morning so far.......with and without milk. Eggs were definitely a diversion.
to accomplish that, I had to buy a spatula and a pot. So now I own a bowl in which to make pancakes, a sauce pot and a skillet from the Pioneer Woman. I figured it was a fitting brand to own in a camper. I can also count a French Press coffee pot and that amazing crock pot among my possessions.
Not much more will fit into the camper. With the daily rains, sometimes meals are delayed because neither of us wants to get soaking wet just getting to the food and utensils.