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It's ok, not to be ok, make sure you practice mental self care. RV Living is not all rainbows and sunshine, we have bad days just like everyone else. We discuss how it's hard work to be happy, sometimes you need to take a day for yourself and get yourself to a good head space. RV Living seems to be all fun and games from the outside looking in, but this is still daily life. We still have stressors just like you would in a traditional lifestyle. We go out for a BBQ lunch at Goody Coles Smokehouse in New Hampshire, which puts a smile on Mel's face. Afterwards we decided spending some time relaxing at the lake would be a good idea, so we went kayaking. Well we failed to check the weather and didn't realize a big storm was rolling in. Within 5 minutes of getting out on the water it starts to rain a bit. We still take our time, then the rain really hits and we decide to high tail it back to the dock! ***Feel free to subscribe and hit that like button!*** https://www.youtube.com/c/adventureen...
The BBQ is portable. It separates very easily from the stand. The stand is foldable. I used it when I had a Casita. I cooked everything on it so that I did not cook inside the Casita. When traveling I put it on the camping table. I kept the stand at home to use the BBQ between trips. In fact, I did not use it as I have another BBQ on my patio. I do not have the Casita anymore. Includes: Grill (complete w/collector plate, ignitor and cast iron grate) 6’ adaptor hose for propane tank side foldable tables (non available anymore) foldable stand Priced over $300 on amazon. Asking $200 The griddle/handles and weber cover: free with purchase. SOMEHOW I CAN UPLOAD ONLY 1 PHOTO IF YOU'D LIKE TO SEE MORE, JUST ASK ME. MY EMAIL IS AZPAT254@GMAIL.COM Pick up in North West Phoenix or we could meet somewhere.
It's getting HOT! And RV cooking without an A/C or heating up your RV by cooking are both the pitts. So this is one recipe we like that can be grilled outside: Easy Fish Toastada 1 pound fresh tilapia or cod fillets 1/2 teaspoon chili powder 1 lime, halved 1/2 cup sour cream 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder 8 6 inches tostada shells 2 cups shredded cabbage mix 1 avocado, halved, seeded, peeled, and sliced (optional) 1 cup cherry tomatoes, quartered (optional) Salsa or Bottled hot pepper sauce (optional) Directions Preheat broiler. Sprinkle fish with 1/4 teaspoon of the chili powder and 1/4 teaspoon salt. For chili-lime cream, in bowl squeeze 2 teaspoons juice from half the lime. Stir in sour cream, garlic powder, and remaining chili powder; set aside. Cut remaining lime half in wedges for serving. Place fish on unheated greased broiler rack; tuck under thin edges. Place shells on baking sheet on lowest rack. Broil fish 4 inches from heat 4 to 6 minutes per 1/2-inch thickness, until fish flakes with fork. Break in chunks. Serve tostadas with cabbage, chili-lime cream, avocado, tomatoes, lime, and pepper sauce. Serves 4. **We grill on rack in BBQ. Nutrition Facts (Fish Tostadas with Chili Lime Cream) Per serving: 278 kcal cal., 14 g fat (5 g sat. fat, 1 g polyunsaturated fat, 2 g monounsatured fat), 67 mg chol., 303 mg sodium, 17 g carb., 2 g fiber, 2 g sugar, 25 g pro. What are your favorite hot weather recipes? We have 95' today, forecast of 100' on friday when we leave for camping and 104' on Saturday. It's hotpads for the steering wheel weather. lol