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Old 09-09-2019, 09:30 AM   #21
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Ray—Do you always shave “Au natural “ ???
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Ed, Jan and the tamed Sir Guinness return. I do hope that the Ray and Sir Guinness 'walk' still is working. This dog has one speed and it is... where is he?

I guess that the photo does appear like I am hiding something, or other.

I will let you figure it out. New Mexico at 6800 feet in the Gila National Forest is so... refreshing... with as much, or as little clothing one needs.
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Old 09-09-2019, 10:15 AM   #22
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No real difference in washing your dishes and yourself out side and dumping gray water. Best to let gray water run out as it is produced as opposed to letting the tank fill and get funky smelling. It is possible to put a garden hose on the gray water outlet and distribute it around. Also I have heard of people collecting rain water to fill up their fresh water tank. If you can live without AC (hard in the SE) or constant heat then your ability to camp for long periods goes way up. If you don't need AC and you only use heat to keep things from freezing then you can stay out as long as your food and water hold out. A little wood stove in the camper allows you to heat without using propane. If you have enough solar power you can run a DC fridge off that.

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