The Greater Philadelphia RV Show is days away. We’ve given you our #1 and #2 things to look forward to, but we were only halfway! There are a lot of great things that go along with RVing — gadgets, gizmos, and thingamajigs. We understand the extras that go along with RVing. That’s why we built HD Indoor with the free air pump, vacuum and dump stations. But, that is for www.hdindoorstorage.com. This is about the RV Show coming to our neck of the woods in Oaks, Pa starting March 1st. And if you haven’t been to the Philly RV Show before, put on your Pirate hat — it’s time to hunt for treasure.
RV Show Excitement: #3 Accessories
This is the great unknown — those RV extras that you didn’t even know you needed. We don’t know what will be at this year’s RV show. But, we do know this: Be prepared to buy. This learning comes from a cautionary tale of last year. While walking around the RV show, I saw the sharpest condiment holder. It was a little picnic table that held ketchup and mustard. It was handmade and decked out with different sports teams. I did not buy it. And I have regretted it all year. So, I am hoping it is there because I need to move on. It would give the awning area of our RV site that extra bit of personality I am always striving for.
The Outdoor Space
Which brings me to the importance of the outdoor space. The RV outdoor space is a real canvas for RVers. Everyone takes great pride in how they set it up: carpet, lights, tables, chairs, flags (All possible finds at the RV Show). I found this article that gives some inspiration, The Ultimate RV Patio. I think the picture with the article is a little goofy — where is this RV parked? And who carries a wicker furniture set in their Motorhome? So, I found some additional inspiration online…
We love walking around and checking out people’s campsites when we travel. And we love to deck out ours. The RV Show is a great place for those unique, handmade accessories that will spark a conversation at the campground. We hope to find some new treasures at this year’s show. If you are there condiment holder, I will find you.
For those that still have their Pirate Hat on in search of treasure, I’ll leave you with a few of these gems, Me Hearty:
What does a Pirate Santa say…? “Row row row..”
Why does it take pirates so long to learn the alphabet? Because they spend years at C.
Have you heard any good pirate jokes? Well, neither have ayyye.
By the time you stop laughing, it will be time for #4 — stay tuned.