From the bloggers at Do It Yourself RV.
My husband and I live on the road full time in a 17 foot Casita Travel Trailer, and whenever possible we enjoy boondocking away from society, electric hookups, and water sources. It’s by far our favorite way to camp, but learning how to maintain enough water on the road has been a process.
I never realized how much water I use on a daily basis. Whether washing dishes, taking a shower, washing my hands, or the countless other ways that we use water in daily life, the need for conservation forced me to understand just how much water I was wasting.
If you camp in the desert – in places like southern California, Nevada, or Arizona, for example – there are reminders everywhere that water is precious, and everyone who has it at their fingertips is immensely fortunate.
Here are a few ways we’ve learned to deal with water in a life of full-time RVing.
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