Humidity control in an RV or Airstream is always challenging, especially in the Pacific North West. There have been times when water has dripped from our window handles inside the trailer.
A few years ago, we got the Eva-dry Petite Dehumidifier. At the time, we thought it was so great we wanted to eventually get another. I think the real issue is, it’s not a very good dehumidifier, when we ran it overnight it would never fill more than a quarter of it’s very small tank.
This summer, Dustin & Melissa told us about their dehumidifier. (RVers love to talk about the stuff that makes RVing easier). They raved about how much water it pulls from the air and even though it’s bigger than the Eva, it fit nicely in the corner by their bed.
After a REALLY wet week on the coast of Washington, we finally bought the NewAir AD-250 25 Pint Portable Dehumidifier and it’s amazing! The water tank fills up really quickly and is so powerful it dries our bath towels!
Dinner Last Night:
Southwest Veggie-Lentil Soup. This was really good, I skipped the jalapeño and still found it to be spicy. The Chipotle Cream sauce makes this soup extra good.
Cost of Camping:
2015 Cost of Camping (thru Thursday 10/15)
+ 79.00 for 3 nights at Amacher Park
120 night paid camping
165 nights free camping
285 days this year
Total spent: $2345.99
Daily average cost: $8.23