mulch wrote:At what point do you think that a service like that would be considered public if it was made a available to our small camp and perhaps people you meet and nearby campers you interact with? I agree that eventhough I have the scientific know how to test and confirm very clean water, proving it to health officials is not what I want.
unjonharley wrote:I will be extra careful this year.. The CDC is telling of some bad shit going around..
I'll show you my grumpy side if you are contaminating my play"a" ground..
Filtering playa dust just don't work.. It's like trying to filter mixed concrete..
There is a ban on public showers, for obvious sanitary reasons, although I observe that this ban is not widely enforced. My personal take is that a highly skilled professional could certainly design and operate a semi-public shower with a high degree of safety. But it would be unwise to allow its existence to be commonly known, lest somebody mimic it – without the necessary skill.
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