Thursday, April 25, 2013


Primitive camping for extended stays is a thing that we truly enjoy. Our 5’er’s solar power, a blueboy black water tank and a fresh water tank make it possible. Here are a couple of photos from our last water haul.


Our water source is the U.S. Corps of Engineer’s hydrant at the Little Fir filling and dumping station.


It is early in the Corps. camping season and the water smells a bit of chlorine when filling, but dissipates quickly in the tank. Here is a look at all of the containers on the trailer.


The brown barrel is ours and the other containers are for our neighboring three campsites.

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