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Old 12-07-2008, 01:16 PM   #29
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I think the best you may hope for is finding a place for a clean water barrel that you can refill your fresh water tank from.... Then depending on just how boondocking u r attach a long 30 foot plus hose and run it way out in the trees.... to drain you "grey" water.... if you use biodegradable soaps for showers and in the kitchen you won't be doing much if any damage. Another option is to dug a hole and allow the water to slowly drain into it. Covered of course so no one steps in it. If you are in a "camp ground" try to stay next to the waste water sink holes that are provided and run your gray water hose into that. Then you would be like everyone else who is dumping there wash water....

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Glenda - the thing I miss most about being on the road - and about my house - is the 8 foot oval tub that I soaked in on a nightly basis. Sometimes I just have to stay in a hotel, just to enjoy a TUB!! I'm at an RV park for the night tonight, and I'm about to see how much hot water . . . from the faucet and hot water tank AND heating up in the microwave . . . I can get in that little tub!!!

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