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Old 04-14-2014, 10:23 PM   #61
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I know what you mean, that's why I've never been able to bring myself to installing indoor plumbing at home. Its just a passing fad anyway. Ken
Ken, I just hope you planned that plumbing a little farther from the bed than in the camper
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Old 04-23-2014, 02:11 PM   #62
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No Bath - Ah YOUTH

As one ages - and I've been doing a LOT of that lately - one finds oneself waking at least once in the night for a "comfort stop".... Yeah. And finding slippers, a robe, a flashlight and keys, then walking 500 feet to a communal bathroom isn't the world's brightest idea.

Well, junior, lets just say that your path will remain dry and fragrant only because we Don't try to wait to get to the communal area!

Plus, once one wakes up enough to make that journey, falling back to sleep may be a lost cause. I agree that there are some campgrounds with such good showers that I enjoy them, but for the midnight tinkle, local is better.

As for not #### where you sleep, really? The male of the species uses the rough at a golf course, a handy dumpster near a building or an open car door as sufficient "design" to make any area of the planet into a toilet.

All I say, is that a straight flush beats a full house.

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Old 04-23-2014, 02:20 PM   #63
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"All I say, is that a straight flush beats a full house."

Sums it all up tidily for me!
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Old 04-24-2014, 06:44 PM   #64
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Well, junior...
Thanks, Paula, I haven't been called that in a while, but, of course, I wasn't talking about using communal areas but about not taking my waste with me on a trip. Oh, and complaining a little about the pint sized sitters

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I'm sorry but it is scary looking - looks like a big bug and I would love to see what it looks like after it is hauled down a gravel road. I would like to see the inside though
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Has anyone successfully used the 0.25" Coosa board as a substitute for the aluminium skin? Looks like it curves nicely and is very strong. But don't always want to be the first.
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