We are taking what could seem to be a lot of stuff. Then again, we are living in it 24/7/365, not just vacationing a few weeks a year. Giving that perspective we are really not taking a whole lot.
I really don't want to be forking out $3 a load at a laundry mat for the rest of my life.
I installed this washer in my house. I was shocked at how light it was. Since then I have been equally impressed with how whisper-quiet it is. If the RV/apt units actually are lighter, it can't be by much - unless they are made out of cardboard and polystyrene. There is a certain minimum level of quality construction that one has to maintain. Otherwise you are just buying junk; and what's the point of that?
As for drying... The garage/office queen bunk beds are on a lift system and will be raised to the roof 90% of the time (unless we have company for a week or something). So I was going to put 2 lines under the bed so clothes could hang inside and not raise the ire of campground management. Since the back ramp door goes down and there is a screen that zips in, I figured that would allow for a nice breeze all day while I'm working anyway.
Photos of office space and where the drying lines will go.