These versatile Lego-like Camco Leveling Blocks can be used for leveling the RV or under stabilizer jacks so the jack doesn’t have to be brought down as far. I love mine and use them under the jacks every time I get to  a new location. Please note that I do not use these for leveling since I have two tires on each side and these are single tire levelers. The interlock  is 2 squares by 2 squares. They also  make a 4 squares by 2 squares for two tires on one side leveling. For leveling, I use the curved levels.

When you have full hookups, it’s important to make sure your black and gray tanks are draining properly. A gradual decline of the sewer hose between the rig and the sewer connection ensures everything that leaves the rig isn’t left in the hose. You want it to go from the rig goes down the drain. This Camco Sewer Hose Support (which I’ve often heard called Sewer Slinky Thing) does the trick.

I wrote a post about how to carpet RV steps, and why it was important. There are a lot of different types to choose from, but the Prest-O-Fit Ruggids are my carpet of choice.

Another useful item is a water pressure regulator. I learned that one the hard way which you can read about HERE.

This Comfort Zone Ceramic Heater keeps the trailer toasty on a cold day. It also helps dry condensation on the walls and to dry out the mattress when that is called for to help prevent mold. I wrote about  my mold problem HERE.  It has three settings including just a fan which is great to circulate air or cool things off just a bit, when you don’t quite need the air conditioner.

On the post where I introduced Quill, I mentioned that the basement isn’t a pass-through bay. I wondered how I was going to reach things that got into the far corner. One person who commented suggested I get a “grabber” thing. So, I did. And it works perfect. I have five bins in my basement plus tools and other gadgets. They hold everything I need for setting up at a new campground. Things jostle during my drive no matter how perfect they go into the basement to begin with. Those grabbers come in handy to get a hold of the bin I need. Thank, Trish!

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