I went to the local building supply store, Menards, and purchased two 10’’ x 4’ cherry stained laminated shelving boards and one 1” x 2” x 3’ piece of oak.
One hardship of full-time RVing is having to make do with what you have for getting the job done. We have a small folding aluminum table that we mainly bought to sit our small grill on for outdoor cooking. Whenever there is a picnic table provided by the campground, I usually use it as a work bench. I bought a small 3 tiered tackle box from Wal-Mart and use it to hold my many assortments of screws, nails, bolts, nuts, washers, hose clamps, etc., etc. I have a portable drill/driver that I absolutely could not live without.
I took the oak piece and made twelve 3” blocks and drilled two holes in each block for mounting screws. The blocks will serve as support pieces placed in strategic spots for holding the shelves in place. I put 2 screws in each block and used Elmer’s Wood Glue also.
I’m always cutting up with Carol and telling her that:
“My Soul Purpose in Life, Is to Make Her Happy”.
So, I guess you could say,
CAROL IS A HAPPY CAMPER!!!
P.S. : She’s been playing with her new space all afternoon yesterday and all this morning adding a “few” lightweight items and mainly re-arranging in a way to not add additional weight to the cabinet, but to make things more accessible.