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ScottG

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Posted: 03/11/20 12:55pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Pft, spitoon.. Clearly that's a urinal!

* This post was edited 03/11/20 01:02pm by ScottG *


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“Is there some magical germ barrier at a bathroom sink...”

No, but not having a toilet area sink and washing, brushing etc. in the kitchen sink lacks class. It also sends the wrong message to children if you have them.


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NRALIFR wrote:

Naio wrote:

...but having the kids sleeping right above your head must be pretty bad for the sex life.

If there’s kids sleeping above you in the camper, you’ve already gotten all of that you’re gonna get. From that person, anyway.

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ROFL. I was thinking the same thing.


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Posted: 03/11/20 03:10pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Actually looks like a sink without a faucet, but then you have the hand held wand.


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Posted: 03/11/20 10:25pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Lwiddis wrote:


No, but not having a toilet area sink and washing, brushing etc. in the kitchen sink lacks class. It also sends the wrong message to children if you have them.


I think my mom has a black and white picture of me probably less than a year old being bathed in the kitchen sink at my Great Aunts farmhouse.

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I think my mom has a black and white picture of me probably less than a year old being bathed in the kitchen sink at my Great Aunts farmhouse.


That was the normal way to do it. Who ever heard of a baby bathtub?


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Naio wrote:

caver wrote:



I think my mom has a black and white picture of me probably less than a year old being bathed in the kitchen sink at my Great Aunts farmhouse.


That was the normal way to do it. Who ever heard of a baby bathtub?


I still know moms that bath the baby in the kitchen sink. What is wrong with that?

You really want to freak out. I sometimes go swimming in the lake and don't take a shower afterwards !!! (I have friends that go out of their minds over that.) In fact, I only wash my swimsuit about once a year !!!

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caver wrote:

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The rest of the RV is not what I'm looking for but, to each their own.


It wasn't what I had in mind either but I've reconsidered. I want a small TH yet be able to haul SxS. Then I saw this and though ehhh leave the SxS at home and now will be able to haul my dual sport motorcycle in there instead of the pickup. Occasionally in travel mode I see an area I want to explore so why take the truck. Then there's the whole ordeal of unhooking the truck to unload the bike. The one thing that is a turnoff is water capacity is a bit small for the boondocking I do.


My TT also has a smaller water capacity then I would like. I fill up a couple of 5 gallon jugs of fresh water and haul them in the back of the pickup. It helps in 2 ways. First I have more water. And , second, I have more weight being hauled in the pickup where I have more capacity anyway. Plus, it doesn't slosh around as much. (Um, I guess that's three isn't it.)

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Posted: 03/12/20 10:08pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I've seen a lot of small trailers without a bathroom sink just a kitchen sink. Heck the bathroom sink in my 35' trailer is small.

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colliehauler wrote:

I've seen a lot of small trailers without a bathroom sink just a kitchen sink. Heck the bathroom sink in my 35' trailer is small.


When we were looking i couldn't believe how much room a bathroom took up. showers are such a waste of space! id love to see a camper with a half bath. we don't shower in the camper. its a "Lite" which translates to "small tanks" lol. an army shower would fill up the gray in a hurry. just use the camp ground showers with cheap flip flops! id trade my useless shower for a small sink but don't both. ours just has a shower and a toilet. a small bathroom was a huge selling point. I wanted one with the toilet in the shower but the wife overruled that so we compromised.

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