|Above, The Beast at Joshua Tree National Park. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
Water is a precious resource, especially while dry camping.
RV Life has posted an article on six ways water can be saved while dry camping. Some of which I already use (such as using paper plates).
They begin with:
Each winter the Southwestern deserts get packed with winter snowbird RVers dry camping for the first time. Many will try hard to save water in remote areas, but most will be surprised to see just how quickly their precious resource disappears. There are many ways to save water when dry camping and if you want to avoid running out of water when living off your holding tanks, these water conservation tips will help keep your fresh water tank full longer.
To read more, go here.