I just saw a conversation in the "Technology Corner" from a fellow RV'er who just developed a new RV app called "RV Checklist". It is totally customizable that can made applicable to TC needs. I'm sure it's not for everyone but worth a look.
"The Journey is the Destination"
2004 Chevy Silverado 3500 LT Duramax/Allison DRW 4X4
Banks Powerpack, Sprayed-In Bed Liner,
TorkLift Tiedowns, StableLoads, FastGuns with Locks and RideRite Air Bags
2012 Arctic Fox 1150 with Dry Bath and Fox Landing
I downloaded the RV checklist last year for my phone. I agree with the customization, real easy to turn off the items you don't want, and they're still there if you need them in the future. Highlighting on the items changes when you check them off the list.
...... I'm sure it's not for everyone but worth a look......
There are those that cannot manage a thought without consulting their cellphone. The same folks that text while driving.
"In the year 2525, if man is still alive....."
Thought camping was for leaving all that behind.
I just got my first android phone last year and it sure helps to be able to get my fix each night checking this forum while on the road, unless I am above Colebrook NH , like in the Pittsburg area, where there is absolutely no cell service, not much of anything actually, feels like you stepped back 50 years and it's great.
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Seriously! Technology is a real bummer. It all started with that wheel thingy and has gone down hill form there. These crazy kids on their cellular devices, communicating over thin air!? Texting, rock and roll... What is the world coming to?
Well, all the naysayers can just go ahead and get out their stone tablet and chisel and do their checklist that way. What? You don't use a stone tablet? Well then, your scribe and papyrus...No? How about your quill pen and parchment...
Personally, I will go check it out. I will love to have a good checklist on a device that is always with me, my kids wont color on, nor my hubby spill coffee on that can be constantly updated and changed as my needs change without having to write a new list. Thanks for the heads up!