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I started with a glass jug that I bought at Walmart, but it was heavy and I was afraid it would break from bouncing up and down. Then I came across the thin plastic one pictured, at Dollar General I believe. It was like $3-$4. It's sitting on a couple of shelf brackets and I screwed velcro straps to the wall to secure it in. You just undo, the velcro, pull it off, and fill it. Couldn't be easier.
Thanks. I find the older I get, the more I appreciate simpler things! Winterizing this consisted of propping the refrigerator door open a bit and dumping the water jug. About 10 seconds!
Thanks. We needed a large Suburban to pull our big toyhauler, but we only pulled it a few times a year so we wanted to be able to get a vehicle a little better on gas. That necessitated downsizing the camper. Have been glad we did. It works so well, and is simpler to mess with and maintain.
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Thanks. I think so too!
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Hmmm.... Something tells me if you are going to carry along a large PVC "rig" to hold your ipad while you are camping, you might want to rethink the whole notion of what camping is (and is not). Ah, this younger generation....
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