Dr. Pyro wrote:I'm going to chime in again with my two cents. I've always gone to Burning Man in an RV, but in all those years have never used the shower. In fact, we pretty much forbid it. Years ago we built by hand the shower we used up until now, when it will be likely replaced with an "new and improved!" version. It's outdoors, open to the elements, and sure, we use a car battery for electricity so it actually sprays warmish water and you can get clean. BDC&WB also supplies loufahs because somebody should be holding the nozzle and loufahing your back in order to make the experience that much more, shall we say, Burningmanlike? Some will turn their noses up and say the we are the lap of luxury, and they'd be right. But we eschew the RV shower for one of the best outdoors showers at TTITD, and that seems more than a "reasonable compromise"; indeed, I should thing most camps would embrace it. We can recycle our gray water, people in tents and yurts can have full use of the system, and everybody seems pretty happy about it. Tell me I'm not missing something here?
Drawingablank wrote:So this year we are traveling light and will bathe with wipes and no rinse shampoo.
Sassy Britches wrote:Best part of no rinse shampoo was the head massage when getting shampood, but hair never felt clean from the first day.
It took me a little bit to get accustomed to people walking by and chatting me up while I was in the shower, but kendoll took to it right away lol.
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