Thursday, January 11, 2018

What To Do On A Rainy Day When You Live On A Bus.

Most bus dwellers, van dwellers and even RVer’s will admit that most of their day is usually spent outside. I think that is a perk to living in something mobile. You can drive to an interesting, new place each day and explore your surroundings. But what about when it rains? Here is my list of things to do when you don’t want to go out and get wet:

Sleep in! 

 Enjoy a lazy day. Stay in bed and read a book! Maybe this is just the excuse I tell myself but I’ve always felt that on a rainy day we were meant to hibernate and take a day off.

Spring cleaning 

Even if it isn't spring. If you are wide awake and can’t mope around in bed all day how about thoroughly cleaning everything inside your vehicle. Ceilings and all! I find that even when I houseclean there are still those areas that rarely get cleaned, for me it’s the ceilings (I’m really short) and the insides of my covered shelves. A rainy day is the perfect time to tackle these places.

Storm Watch. 

Drive to the perfect lookout spot and watch the storm. Have your camera ready for those lightning shots. Or set your camera up to record the whole thing and edit later and make a really cool time lapse video.

Home/Bus Improvements. 

Do you have a torn curtain that needs fixed or a drawer that doesn’t shut properly anymore. Or have you started collecting too much stuff and need to go through your closet. Today is the perfect day to fix all of those problems! Mend your curtain, fix your drawer and purge your closets of unnecessary stuff.

What do you do on a rainy day? Add your list to the comments below.


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