Newsletter November 2015
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Thanksgiving RV Style
For ideas for RVers celebrating this holiday on the road, here is an article by our very own Parts Manager, Tammy Daly. She shares tips for making the holiday special in your RV without a lot of extra work.
Customize your RV!
- Satellite installation/upgrades
- Entertainment systems/upgrades
- Sound systems, including “surround sound”
- Interior lighting
- LED lighting
- Light fixtures
- Additional lighting
- Appliance upgrades
- Window coverings
- Counter tops
- Windows and doors
- Bike racks
- Bumper upgrades (especially for trailers)
Door and two windows built into trailer side for selling tickets at events.
Kayak holder added to coach exterior.
You can now request appointments online through our new Website. You can also contact us with questions or comments there too. Even write a review.
For all parts our business:
- RV Service and Repair
- RV Customization
- Collision Centeer
- Auto/Truck Repair
Rainy weather is coming! So, remember to have these four things checked before the rain gets here.
Crock pots and RVs? Who knew?
On those long days on the road or out seeing the sights, dinner can often present a challenge. A necessity of RV life is making things easier. So, try making dinner ahead and letting it cook while you drive or while you’re out enjoying other activities.
A crock pot is a terrific idea for RVers, and becoming a very popular cooking option for travelers. You can even cut up and pre-prepare the ingredients ahead of time to shorten the on-the-road prep time. Cut everything up, measure herbs and spices, and store it all in individual Ziploc bags. When you’re ready, put dinner together in the crock pot and put the pot in the sink while you’re driving or out for the day. Voila! Dinner is ready when you are.
There are special crock pot models with locking lids and cookbooks that are perfect for RVers.
- ust go online and search RVs and crock pots. The programmable “cook & carry” models are great.
- Check out this cookbook: “How to Prepare Dinner in Your RV While Going Down the Road”.
RV camping tip
Crock pot apple cider recipe
2 quarts apple cider
1/4 cup packed brown sugar
1/8 tsp. ground ginger
1 orange, unpeeled and cut into wedges
2 cinnamon sticks
1 tsp whole cloves
Small square of cheesecloth
Tie up the cinnamon sticks and cloves in the cheesecloth. Add cider and put all the other ingredients in the crock pot. Cover and simmer on low for 3 hours. Remove the cheesecloth bundle and orange wedges before serving.
And now.... a word from our customers
"Our 22-foot Minnie Winnie needed some service and new shocks. We rocked and rolled down to San Jose from the coast in the worst storm and wind all year. Whew!
Greeted with smiling faces and very thorough detail. Savio and the crew called with estimates and choices before the work was started. That was greatly appreciated. We had a time limit and they were spot on with the finish of the work.
It is so refreshing to have a very expert, attentive and reliable service. We will happily return knowing our wishes and rig will be attended to like it were their own. Found out they have many parts for RV's and can order most anything for you.
Got a donut too!"
- Lynn M,
Attention RV Clubs!
There is no rally like a Leale’s rally, so come rally with us. All RV clubs are invited to visit the Leale’s facility, take a tour, and share important information.
If your club is interested in hosting a rally at Leale’s, please contact Babette Shelton.
2070 S. Seventh St.
San Jose, CA 95112