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Campsite Laundry

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Most of my full-timing RV pals proudly eschew full hook-up camp sites (water, electric, & sewer) during their travels.  Kelly and I are no different.

These types of campground sites cost the most and are very often the least desirable in terms of space.  Because we have ample solar and battery capacity and have become quite adept in conserving water, we tend to avoid them.  But not always.

Every few months we find ourselves briefly with full hook-ups for one reason or another.

Most of my full-timing RV pals – those who are honest that is – will sheepishly admit that full hook-ups can be a nice treat, affording otherwise non-had luxuries such as a long(er) shower.  Kelly and I are no different.

Also, full hook-ups present an easy opportunity to complete free campsite laundry using a $5 Home Depot bucket and $3 toilet plunger agitator.

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  1. Eugene Leonard & Sandra Lynne Martin & Captain James T. Kirk #

    Loved your choice of color regarding the agitator.

    July 9, 2018

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