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Old 06-30-2005, 09:04 PM   #29
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Man I'm gone for a few days and were talking about outdoor showers Jacuzzis and misters. What hotel we talken about gang? I didn't know motel 6 had all that stuff. I been missing out!

Ok Being from Wa State I can see the mud factor point of view but here in So Cal I hate to say it but it's true. I'm a member of the let the women have all the water no shower crew. Besides I'm usually having way too much fun to even think about a shower. Alas the wonderful outdoor shower, the perfect solution for the man on the go (usually wearing a path in the sand to the Ice chest and back to the lounge chair.. But I do have to agree to whip the t-shirt off after a long ride and hose down the head and arm pits before heading back to the Ice chest and than to the lounge chair is a splendid thing. I think If mud in front of the trailer was a concern I would head to Home Depot and buy 20ft of hose and lengthen it and designate a shower circle. Works great if you have the shower head with an on off valve.

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Right on Griz, Just put the puppy a little ways from the trailer. Besides, what do you need it for except washing the hands or the dogs, excluding Sean!
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Old 06-30-2005, 09:18 PM   #31
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Griz:

Exactly! Hit the nail on the head. Shower="oh well", ice chest= "I'm there-can it come to bed with me?"

Tom (and others I would bet) are right there with you buddy! (Can I get you a beer, my thoughtful one- don't bother washing the lid off).

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A Man just has to have priorties when camping. Its just a man thing to not shower. Besides even if I did get all perttied up my wife still would not have anything to do with me after all those rum and cokes and beers. Lounge chair and fire pit is where I find myself in the morning 90% of the time anyway.
Trailer is for naping durring the hot part of the day

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<span class="ev_code_RED">LMAO!</span>

Geeez Don! Couldn't have said it better!
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Griz, You are entirely right. Every time I have a great night the little woman wishes I'd go to bed somewhere else. Funny how that works. Course, I don't know what I'd do anyway except sleep unless she'd be, never mind!
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