My mom and I were chatting recently about boondocking and she didn’t realize that we could fill the trailer with water without actually having to take it somewhere.
In addition to our 39 gallon fresh water tank, we carry 4 five gallon water jugs and 1 six gallon jug. The five gallon jugs are new to our collection. We waited until the last minute to find something to put water in and the sparklets style container was all we could find. At first Brian figured he’d use a funnel to pour the water in, but holding the jugs would become a tiresome chore. Then he realized he could just siphon the water.
Dinner Last Night:
Finishing off the brussels sprouts with Quinoa with Roasted Brussels Sprouts, Leeks and Slivered Almonds. Because I only had one light on, I accidentally used millet instead of quinoa. It turned out great.
2013 Cost of Camping:
4 nights paid camping
11 nights free camping
Total spent on camping this year: $107.41
Daily average cost of camping: $7.16