DISCLAIMER: This is a growing list of our favorite things. if you should happen to want to get one for yourself, items here “may” send you to referral links as a way for us to earn a little bit for advertising these companies. But, none of the items listed here are paid or sponsored. We just love practical, smart and useful products for small spaces as we travel.

Without further ado:

XShot Pocket Camera Extender

Eliminate awkward photos taken at arms length. Features built in tripod adapter at the bottom to attach to a tripod.

The Glif

Want to take better selfies with your iPhone? Combine the XShot with the Glif for iPhone 4 or the Glif for iPhone 5.

GCI Outdoor SitBacker Canoe Seat

February 2, 2014 – When we’re not using our Canoe Seat on the Porta Bote, we attach the seat to our picnic table to make hanging our extended outdoor living space a little more comfortable.

The Amazing Pocket Chair, As Seen on TV

August 7, 2011 – We’ve taken our Pocket Chairs to Italy… for all the walking you do there sometimes you just need to get off your feet for awhile.

Dyson DC35 Digital Slim

November 8, 2013 – Check out How I use my Dyson to Clean the RV and Tow Vehicle.

Ikea’s PRESSA: Octopus Clothes Drying Rack with 16 Clips

It’s cute and practical!
November 6, 2013 – Check out where I hang my Octopus Clothes Drying Rack

Joseph Joseph Chop2Pot Cutting Board

It folds flat and for beginner cooks, helps guide your prep food items into the pot.
November 22, 2013 – Check out How we used our green Chop2Pot to Make a Healthy Breakfast.

Your Guide to National Parks

“More than 530 color images, 140 easy-to-read maps, and 55 hiking tables make this guide to America’s most scenic wilderness areas─all 58 national parks─the most appealing, comprehensive, and indispensable book of its kind.”

My Turn: The Memoirs of Nancy Reagan

I’m not into politics but Nancy and Ronald Reagan’s Love Story has always intrigued me. I read to Bill on the long drives. We laugh and are amazed as we learn more about them. Time passes and we’re at our destination.
November 25, 2013 – Gotta give a special ‘Thanks’ to Nancy Reagan. We were at a Border Crossing less than a mile from White Sands National Monument when the agent asked us if we were American citizens. We said yes and also showed him the book we were reading. The car in front of us had car sniffed by their German Shepherd but us… we got waved through to continue our adventure. Plus, we made the agent smile!