To enable us to fit into just about any size campsite, we rented one of Maui’s smallest fully self-contained campervans. But we know that small size can sometimes require compromise.
At first glance, it appears that our RV has no awning, leaving us exposed to sun and rain. But there’s actually a simple, clever, compact awning that’s easy to set up and use.
Here’s a very short time-lapse video showing how we install our awning. It’s short because it’s so simple to set up. wink
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