Boondocking Laundry Help
by Donna Rammo
(Halifax NS Canada)
While boondocking in NZ for 5 months, we met a man who customized RVs.
One thing he added to units made us chuckle but was oh-so-sensible for long-term folks on the road. It was a swing-out arm on the bumper that supported an old washing machine wringer. Dripping wet clothes washed on the road are difficult to wring out or take ages to drip dry. When they are passed through the roller wringer, you can catch the water and reuse... plus clothes drying time is much reduced....and you meet lots of new folks who are curious about your unique adaptation!
Maybe the most unusual suggestion for your site!