Camping season is in full swing! And with Father’s Day weekend approaching, it’s going to be a busy one!
If you’re unfamiliar with dry camping it basically means that you are camping without any hook-ups. That means no water, no electricity and no sewer. All of your resources are limited. Whatever you came in with is all that you have to use. If you’re interested in camping beachfront, this is usually the case.
Our number 1 challenge when dry camping is water. With two young kids it can be difficult trying to ration the amount of water we use each day especially when getting dirty is part of the daily activity. Trying to use as little water as possible usually means we don’t get to take full showers. We only clean what’s necessary- hands, feet, etc. We’ve also implemented what we call “ghetto showers.” More on that in another post.
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