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Faeryl Womyn

Join date : 2013-11-03
Location : Kelowna, B.C. Canada

PostSubject: Showers, Toilets & Cooking On The Road   Tue Nov 05, 2013 6:09 pm

A Toilet...My Kingdom For A Toilet

Well there are several options for toilets when you need one no matter where you are. Below are some links to one's that I have found so far. Prices will vary depending on your choice.

The Bumper Dumper is not exactly something you want in a public area. It's exactly what it says, a toilet for the back bumper, you attach it, place appropriate bag to collect waste and use, then discard the bag in the appropriate disposal unit and detach to go along your merry way...lol


This next one amounts to nothing more then a bucket...lol...with a toilet seat to make it more homey...lol It also uses special bags which are going to cost you (more expensive then the actual item they are used on) though I am sure there are other things that can be used that don't cost so much.

the bags are here...

There are two versions to this item so it will all depend on what your preference is for comfort. No bags are needed, though you do need to clear out the container (big ewww factor)


This one is a fold up style that is designed like a real toilet seat and uses those expensive bags.


Coleman products are considered the standard for camping, with quality products and sometimes with quality prices to go with them, but sometimes you come across something that gives you a lot of bang for your buck. This is a flushable toilet that uses chemicals you will need to replace on occasion. The comfort factor here is higher then with other items for use so the choice is really up to you if you find the cost within your range. There is more then one style so shop around.

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Faeryl Womyn

Join date : 2013-11-03
Location : Kelowna, B.C. Canada

PostSubject: Re: Showers, Toilets & Cooking On The Road   Tue Nov 05, 2013 6:10 pm

What I Wouldn't Give For A Hot Shower

Having a hot shower is something you may have to occasionally fore go. However, there are some items that can help reduce the number of times that happens. These are very economical and having a few could just give you a long show, instead of a quickie that gets you clean but doesn't allow you to enjoy that fact...lol

Solar showers seem to be the best route to go, you can have several of them set up for use depending on your needs, cheap to buy and, since water is free, cheap to use. They will work even in the winter, since they use the sun to heat up, problem is, do you want to take a shower outside in the winter...lol...it could be a problem depending on where you are located during the colder months.

Below are some links for portable showers, feel free to check them out.



This one uses the vehicle to heat up the water. When you run the engine, it's heat will heat up the water in quick time and provide you with a hot shower, inside or outside, depending on how you have it set up.


This is yet another solar shower with a difference. This one requires you to have it set up to the house hose, yet could probably be rigged to a container of cool water, which is needed to give a normal heated shower. Using it straight from the solar container will be too hot, it must be mixed with cold water. I haven't yet figured out how to get this in my country, it seems to be available in Australia only so far, though can probably order it. It's pricey so it will depend on how far you want to go to have a regular, normal shower...lol


Aside from what I have listed here, you can always swim in a lake or pay to go to a pool which has showers. It may not be something you want to do often due to costs, yet a pool can be nice on occasion. Another person suggested, if caught in a pinch, you can always use a wet nap packet or several of them. You must be careful with these as they can dry out the skin so make sure you have lotion on hand.

Well there you have it so far and I will post more as I come across them.
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