People are always curious why we chose the silver siding, what the material is, and why the Toaster is named that.
I’ve never been a fan of Walmart. Since we’ve moved into the Toaster, I’ve tolerated the company. And that’s only because a lot of their stores allow RV overnight parking, which we take advantage of. But an incident that happened back in early April has left me with a strong distaste for Walmart and the realization that they absolutely don’t give a shit about their customers.
For a full-time traveler without an unlimited cell plan, the three magic words are: Free public Wi-Fi. At first, we didn’t think it would be that big a deal to use public internet access, but after 2 years we realized we were spending a lot of time and stress hunting for, and working around, Wi-Fi. Now we’ve tried a CCrane Vector Home Repeater, and we really enjoy how it’s opened up options for us. As with anything, it has some limitations, but in the right circumstances it’s a huge relief.
We're having a free open house with the Toaster at Highland Brewery (Asheville, NC) on Saturday, June 17 from 3 PM - 7:30 PM.
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Every time I come across RVers who have switched to lithium batteries, the first question that comes to mind is: how the heck can they afford lithium batteries? It’s no secret that they are expensive! Lithium batteries can cost anywhere from $5,000 to $8,000. So then, how the hell did we afford them?