It's (Hot) Shower Time!
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Camping and overlanding are activities that allow you to escape from the daily grind and enjoy nature to its fullest. While being out in the wild can be exhilarating, it can also mean sacrificing certain comforts, such as taking a hot shower. If you have a camp trailer equipped with a water tank, a propane-fired on-demand hot water heater, a water pump, a shower awning, and an external shower point, you can enjoy a hot shower on the trail. In this blog, we'll guide you through the process of taking a shower while camping and overlanding.
Step 1: Set up your shower area
Before taking a shower, you need to make sure that your shower area is clean and ready for use. This means checking for any sharp rocks or debris that could cause injury and sweeping the area clean. Next, extend your shower awning and set up your shower point. Make sure the shower awning is secure and that the shower point is correctly attached. Consider placing a small pallet or "shower deck" on the ground to stand on. Campingworld.com offers this one.
Step 2: Fill up your water tank
Before taking a shower, you need to make sure that you have enough water. Most camp trailers have a water tank that you can fill up with fresh water. You can fill it up at a campsite or at a nearby water source. Make sure that the water you use is safe for showering and drinking.
Step 3: Heat the water
With the water pump turned on, you can then heat the water using the propane-fired on-demand hot water heater. Adjust the temperature to your desired setting and let the hot water flow through the system. This will provide you with a continuous supply of hot water for your shower. Step 4: Enjoy your shower
Now it's time to enjoy your shower. To avoid standing in mud or any other debris, it's a good idea to stand on that small pallet while taking a shower. This will ensure that you have a stable and clean surface to stand on, making your shower experience more comfortable and hygienic. This easy trick will help prevent a mud puddle where you are standing.
In conclusion, taking a shower while camping and overlanding with a camp trailer equipped with a water tank, a propane-fired on-demand hot water heater, a water pump, a shower awning, and an external shower point, can be an enjoyable and comfortable experience. With a little preparation and the right equipment, you can enjoy a hot shower even while in the great outdoors. Don't forget to conserve water, as you may be in an area with limited resources. Enjoy your hot camp shower and keep on exploring!