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Old 06-24-2015, 09:08 PM   #71
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I just had to use mine because our grey tank filled up too fast and I needed a rinse. When I bought the TT I asked myself if I'd ever really use it. My first trip out it came in handy!
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Old 06-24-2015, 09:36 PM   #72
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Use it all the time with our Pup when we're out. This year we'll build a mod enclosure with a changing area....put some rubber grid mats down and I'll be good to go. Nothing like showering in the outdoors. The neighbors kept complaining about being nakied at the last site, so I figured I better design and build and enclosure. I really think he was worried his wife was gonna get some ideas.
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Old 06-24-2015, 09:51 PM   #73
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Old 06-24-2015, 10:13 PM   #74
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We usually go to the beach a lot, I have my 2 grand daughters, and it works great getting sand out of and off of them!!!!!
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Old 06-24-2015, 10:45 PM   #75
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Use it all the time with our Pup when we're out. This year we'll build a mod enclosure with a changing area....put some rubber grid mats down and I'll be good to go. Nothing like showering in the outdoors. The neighbors kept complaining about being nakied at the last site, so I figured I better design and build and enclosure. I really think he was worried his wife was gonna get some ideas.
Just wondering where your camping that you can allow shower water to drain on the ground? Every campground I have been too has never allowed water to drain on the ground? I can only imagine after the first 80 or 90 showers what the ground/grass/mud would be like? How polluted the ground would become with soap etc..

I know each of us feel the little I leave behind won't harm anything, but, when the typical campground is full for 3 to 6 months a year, one piece of trash the size of a dime left by each camper, becomes a mound of trash.
Just my opinion, but I try to leave any camp sight I use to be cleaner when I leave then when I arrive.
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Old 06-25-2015, 06:39 AM   #76
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I use mine all the time! We mainly cook outside and it gets used as an outside sink to rinse off my hands. We also to use it to fill up dishwater and rinse dishes, rinse feet, wash off fishing gear, hose off the dog, the list goes on...... I wouldn't want a camper without one unless it had and outside kitchen.
We have both, and the shower we use as a shower, and the outdoor kitchen we just use to wash our hands. The outdoor shower is great to wash off the muddy kids and the sweaty dog. Wait was that backwards?
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Old 06-25-2015, 06:47 AM   #77
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We have both, and the shower we use as a shower, and the outdoor kitchen we just use to wash our hands. The outdoor shower is great to wash off the muddy kids and the sweaty dog. Wait was that backwards?
No, it's fine. Dogs, kids they're pretty much interchangeable when it come to making messes. Love 'em either way!
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Old 06-25-2015, 06:55 AM   #78
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I use mine, I will wash my hair instead of using the bathtub, much easer to clean up and you do not have the hair going down the drain.
I do not have a problem of using it. mine is in the back of the trailer.
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No, it's fine. Dogs, kids they're pretty much interchangeable when it come to making messes. Love 'em either way!
I would say the kids make a bigger mess at my place .
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I would say the kids make a bigger mess at my place .
Well, then. Get more dogs to achieve the perfect Zen-like balance our lives require.
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