We've had the Alfa for two years, and have lived in her for over three months. I have to say that there are very few things I would want to change. But nothing is perfect.
This is my wonderful kitchen area. I like having the windows behind the sink and stove. It gives me lots of light and I can look out while I am cooking or washing up.
On the other side of the coach is a cabinet that has three humongous drawers and two big shelves. Great accessible storage for canned goods, snacks and miscellaneous cooking tools. I keep small hand tools like spatulas and wooden spoons in the drawers by the sink.
The less-than-perfect cupboard was the one to the lower left of the sink.
The bottom shelf is deep and narrow. I had to go down on my hands and knees to get anything from the back of it. With the bottom of the sink taking up part of the upper space, it was not good for tall bulky items.
I asked Craig if he could make some slide-out shelves for it. Last week we went out and looked at existing hardware and pre-made shelving. Of course nothing was quite right.
When we got back, Craig searched the Web and came up with a company in Arizona that made custom size pull out shelves for a quite reasonable cost. It is called Shelves That Slide. They have several standard sizes for depth, but the width is cut to your measurements. We ordered two and they arrived within a week.
The company has locations in Arizona and Nevada. They will also install the shelves for you for a reasonable cost.
Craig said he ordered the wrong type of hardware, but with a little modification it worked just fine.
I wasn't thinking when I made my counter-top holder for oils and balsamic vinegar. They really should be kept in a cool dark cabinet, not on a sunny counter. Now they are, and are still quite available when I'm cooking. The needlepoint holder will keep them in place when we are moving.
Another plus is that this shifts just a little of the weight to the right side of the coach. The Alfa seems to be left side heavy because that is where her slides and closets are.
Every little bit of weight balance can help.
So, that's the news from Camp Driveway, where the squirrels have fluffy tails and the bucks are following the does around waiting for the right moment.