Last fall we spent a few weekends in our T@B before the snow fell and loved it! Then winter came and Dory (that’s what she’s being called for now) was all tucked in under her winter blanket. Winter gave us a lot of time to think and explore what we could do with Dory. While browsing the Internet I came across a series of YouTube videos by Richard Lewis where he shares some of the modifications he had done to his T@B. We liked some of them so much that we also decided to implement them.
The first of those modifications is to replace the drop-down table with real wood slats for the bed. This just made sense to us because moving the table in and out became a hassle and the space under the table was being wasted; space which would come in handy if Maggie wanted a little more room to spread out. The steps below walk you through what we did to install the slats and you can view Richard Lewis’ original video here.
No hangovers involved! We decided to take the T@B to the KOA in Brattleboro, VT so Jason could attend his brother’s bachelor party which involved hiking Mt. Monadnock in Keene, NH. We arrived around 6pm on a Friday night with just enough time to set everything up. Our first night was chilly, even around the fire, but inside the T@B was warm and comfortable!
All set up in time for nightfall.
As soon as we left the RV dealership we headed directly to the Chocorua KOA campground in Tamworth, New Hampshire eager to test out the T@B. The site we were given was a pull-thru so any backing in problems were averted!
No embarrassing moments backing in! Pull-Thru site!
Jason and I bought our T@B after I was so disappointed over not buying this smaller teardrop camper we had seen on the side of the road in Boothbay, Maine (really great for 1 person even though I was determined we both would fit!).
[Jason’s note: No we wouldn’t have!]
The cute little teardrop for 1