So I open the door to our RV and the motor for the electric steps began to churn, slow down, and come to a full stop… a mere three inches away from being fully extended. I close the door, expecting them to go up. Nothing. Baby, the steps broke!
Reaching these kind of milestones usually comes with a little bit of reflection and nostalgia, so I decided to share with you all a few things are we learned since we got on the road.
Thing tend to break whether you live in a house or an RV. However, when things break in an RV, it seems so much more… time-sensitive. Here’s a brief story of how we spent our winter in Myrtle Beach repairing stuff.