Hey Airstreaming friends, thanks for the compliments! Yes, that's me in the vid. It was just a 'quickie' on my way to Scotland for the Europe guys to bring to Alumapalooza.
To answer Wheel Interest's questions...
The first (upright) cylinder (with the handle) to the left is the fresh water 'Aquaroll' container. Although fully-serviced pitches do exist in Europe, they are rare. Generally, it is necessary to go fetch your water. Near the end, I was dropping into it the pipe with the filter on the end, of which the other end plugs into the trailer.
European Airstreams also have an inboard tank which you can fill when you arrive at the campsite. You an also fill this from the Aquaroll via the onboard pump which is handy in the winter, as of course the Aquaroll may freeze.
Next to that on the ground is the 'Wastemaster', which is simply a wheeled waste (grey) water container that needs emptying when it gets full.
Glad you enjoy the vid. There's another one (a bit more current) on the same YouTube channel about my recent Airstreaming trip to the beautiful islands of the Outer Hebrides.
Cheers for now.
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