|One of the issues with beach camping is how to keep your feet clean. Some RVs have an outside shower, which works nicely. If yours doesn't, or you don't want a puddle next to your camper, check out this simple tip.|
|The two wooden squares are sold as plant stands. I
used a Y-fitting on the faucet, which has individual shut-off valves.
This way I could leave the faucet on, and have water supplied to the camper,
but the short hose would only turn on when its own valve was opened.
The hose is a 1' piece of scrap garden hose. I added plastic
fittings on each end in case I needed to use it with my waste water tote.
Really, you only need a fitting on the one end that connects to the
Y-fitting. All of these parts were readily available at Walmart.
The wooden plant stands keep your feet out of the mud and provide a comfortable place to stand. Throw a towel over the power post, wash & dry your feet, slip your shoes on, go do something else!
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