One of the things many of us do when we’re stopped for the night is spin the front passenger’s seat around so that instead of facing forward, it faces the back part of the coach, making for a way to relax, to create a conversation area or to use the front table if we decide to set that up.
But for some of us, the way that seat is angled makes sitting there a bit uncomfortable.
At the gathering in North Carolina, we met Pam Bowen. Pam knew we would be there and was on the alert to share her tip about dealing with the seat. It is so simple.
What Pam does is use a Yoga Block – one of those foam square shaped little blocks that you find yoga practitioners use – as a foot rest.
Presto! Instant comfort.
You can find the Yoga blocks everywhere. Pam got hers at Walmart. You can also find it in on the master list of products and handy services that we talk about on the podcast at roadtreking.com/gear .
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