Nothing can remain where it is designed and intended to be, because something else has to go there. A is moved to make room for B until A is needed, in which case B is moved to make room for A, or maybe C, like the toolbox, which is carried for emergencies and repairs. There is no telling when the toolbox will be needed, but when it is needed it is inaccessible because it is behind B, or A, depending on which took precedence in the last shift of supplies. So, the stuff stowed permanently in the truck is moved into the RV to make room for the things normally stored in the garage which must now go in the truck in place of the things in the RV. The things normally stored in the truck are there to prevent the possibility of arriving at a paddling launch site and realizing a vital item is back home. It now gets left behind and dozens of miles away in the RV. See how much better that is?
Almost ready to go.
Doing the truck stop shuffle.