Hello everyone! Sorry we have been MIA lately, but after having our baby in September (her name is Tegan), we also had a crazy idea to move houses, so we have been super busy with everything!
Just because it was gloomy out this weekend, doesn’t mean we couldn’t install some solar panels on the camper! Can’t wait to use them! New post coming soon on how we installed everything!
This is the rest of our adventure at Moab from last week.
The weather overnight was wonderful. We even ran our AC/fan for a little while (thank you campground electricity)! We woke up with the sun and began our day. We decided on a semi-easy breakfast of pancakes and vegan sausages so we could start our adventures early. The pancakes are from a mix from Sprouts that we can keep in the camper. We just add some almond milk and flax egg. The sausages are our new favorite find from Field Roast and are apple maple flavored. This is where it is great that the grill has the option to use both grill and griddle. We also purchased a Chai Smoothie from Bolthouse, which was ok but we added additional Tazo Chai to it.
I know what you are thinking when you read the title for this post – are these people seriously discussing how they hooked up a grill? If it was as simple as just hooking the hose up to the propane tank, we would not waste your time!
We thought that we would give you some insight on why we chose the camper we did and a little about our tow vehicle. We recently purchased a new 2015 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon.
We love the Jeep, but knew from the get-go that it had a very low towing capacity of 3500 lbs. This meant that any camper we would purchase had to be lightweight to accommodate the weight of the camper, as well as the things we stock it with. We initially looked at the tear drop types of campers, like the T@b. At a local show, we fell in love with the Winnebago Winnie Drops, which were low in weight, but high in style (*and price*).