If you want to camp with hookups at The Ranch its going to look something like this.
But if you want to boondock at The Ranch it looks like this.
I didn't do much today, I took a walk and snapped a few pictures but mostly I just rearranged some things inside the Arctic Fox.
Over time my pantry becomes a jumbled mess of canned food, bagged food, boxed food and other things that look like food but I'm not really sure. Now the main cause of this is that I'm using the pantry for more than food storage. I've got books in there, I've got storage containers of nuts and bolts in there, and other things that don't belong in a pantry, all of which takes up space that would allow me to arrange my food in a way that I could tell what I've got instead of everything piled together.
So today I put up some can holders in the pantry. These are the things you screw to the top of the shelf and the cans click into them and that gets them up off the shelf giving you more room. That helped a lot but it made me realize that I carry way too much food around. I have enough food in the camper to last for weeks and yet hardly a week goes by when I'm not in a Walmart.
I think I bought most of this stuff when I first started full-timeing and thought I was going to be boondocking in the wilderness for a month at a time, but so far that hasn't been the case. And even if it were I could still stop at a Walmart on the way to the wilderness and stock up. So there is no real reason to carry this much food around... other than the Zombie Apocalypse for which I will be well-prepared.
I hung my cans up today. The pantry still needs help but is not the hot mess it used to be.