Originally Posted by Titus
We have the lego blocks, but seldom use them. ....
Added bonus for those of us whose toilets are raised because the black tank is inside the van body and the nose of the black tank extends under the wet bath enclosure and under the toilet itself:
If your rig was born with a low-end Thetford toilet, when (not if) you get to the eventual point of replacing it with a Dometic (thread
), and when (not if) your shorter family members howl about no longer being able to touch the floor, the legos do double-duty as a raised step in front of the toilet.
In fact, given that the base of the Dometic is narrower than the Thetford, I'm going to try to find for those legos a plastic storage bin that I can place beside the Dometic with a piece of exterior-grade Velcro to hold it in place. Then for showering, temporarily remove the bin of legos.
Unless I'm lucky enough to find one with a cover, in which case it wouldn't matter if it got wet (similarly we have such a bin for hiking boots that we Velcro'd to the top of the black tank... best invention ever, but I had to cut it shorter to fit the space, which meant that we could no longer use the cover).
It actually solves multiple issues because we have a swivel passenger seat which means that shorter people also have to use the legos for THAT, as a foot rest. So it would be nice to keep the legos near the swivel seat and free up space under the couch.
Everything has to have multiple purposes, legos included.