Hello ,New member from Missouri
I grew up traveling in the back of station wagon when my family went on vacations.I had to travel in the back of the wagon with my three sisters and three brothers so having a RV to myself and dog is heaven.My son lives in Calf. where I moved from three years ago from to be closer to my family ,but I was better off living further away it seems because I still pray for them and try to stay away from them now as much as I can,but found out I needed to drive away from them in order to keep a relationship with them is all.
I loved driving the RV back from Texas and learned a lot from a man running a RV park the first night I stayed in the RV.
I read that some people want to put up a medicine cabinet in the bathroom in their Travato but I put up a plastic sheet with pockets below the soap dispenser holder and that seems to hold it quite well with 3m extra strength tape.
I bought the plastic shoe holder deal on eBay that is not really for holding shoes ,but is advertised that way it and it was
priced real cheap just under two bucks and will hold lots of items for the bathroom, especially my electric shaver that I put in a plastic Ziploc bag along with other personal care products.I came across before I was able to join a discussion on putting in medicine cabinets and how to make the back of the wall stronger in their bathroom in order to install these cabinets.That is why I mentioned what I did about the plastic sheet with pockets.
I bought three of those hanging plastic bags that have about twelve pockets in them so I wouldn't need to reorder them in case mine ripped or go shabby looking.I think it looks good hanging in the bathroom because they come in different colors and is very practical item to use to store the bathroom gear in.
Sorry for blabbing on but I am over tired and thankful that the site finally excepted all my personal information because I was getting blocked as a spam site over and over until something happened to let me become a member so here I am.
Good nite to all and look forward to learning and reading your ideas and experiences on RVing.