I just thought I would share this info for all of you that own the 19' Bambi like we do. The problem we find is that the fresh water tank is too small for extended boondocking. But I came up with a solution that extends my time out by two days.
I bought a 55 gal water tank online that came configured for a valve at the bottom and I paid about $150. There are many sites that sell them, I can supply more info to anyone looking for one. I bought a square shaped tank as I thought it would be easiest to secure in my truck bed for the road. I added a gate valve to it so that I can attach my water hose right to it. When we go on trips, I fill it to whatever level I think I will need for that specific trip. (I don't automatically fill it all the way up.) For a 3 day trip , I fill it to about 35 gals. I also bought a 35 gallon portable dump so that if my waste tanks fill up I can deal with that also. FYI Camping World has them on sale right now for about $40 less than normal. I paid $199 for it.
With the fresh tank, the portable dump tank and a Honda 2000 generator we are able to extend our boondocking trips by at least 2-3 days. I don't know if we are just too wasteful with the fresh water but we were always running out and I was constantly worrying about it...so I came with this solution.
I don't have a pic of it...I didn't think to take one yet...but you can see it in this pic:
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on the right in my truck bed.
Anyway...hope this helps someone!