Since it was Memorial Day weekend, we decided to stay home and work on an RV project instead of being at a crowded campground. Before working on the project, we took a day hike in Sunol Regional Wilderness. We did a 5.55 mile loop via the McCorkle trail and the Camp Ohlone Road trail. We made a rest stop at the Little Yosemite picnic area.
I purchased a new camp stove, Snow Peak Giga Power Lite Max, that I used to make myself a cup of tea while we rested and snacked before heading back to the car.
Our RV project was making a blackout shade for the RV door window. Early morning sunlight shining in the door would wake me up - too early for my liking. My husband and I made a cover for the window that snaps on the door.
I cut out faux leather that would be used for the cover and stitched seam binding to the raw edge of the material. My husband removed the window frame so that he could install the snaps to the frame.
He then added the other side of the snaps to the blackout cover.
The blackout cover can easily be removed, and it sits nicely between the screen door and the window frame. This should take care of any early morning light shining into the RV.