Wish us luck. We last dumped our tanks 5 days ago and we're in a site with no sewer hook up. That isn't usually a problem but today I decided to see what would happen if I did a few loads of laundry.....will our grey water tank overflow before we leave McDowell Mountain Park tomorrow? So far so good.
A few weeks ago I finally found the set of crisp white sheets I've been looking for. We brought a couple sets from home that just don't cut it. We've purchased a couple more this year and we both have HATED them. Too soft, to slippery, the third ones are just right.
The only thing that would make them perfect is if they could be line dried and have that wonderful fresh smell. Actually, the only thing I really miss about having a sticks and bricks house is the ability to hang laundry out in the sun.
Mr. David's A-1 Fresh Laundry Results van was cruising the campground this morning and I was able to flag him down. He felt sure he could give me the results I was looking for.
He simply strung a clothesline between Beluga's awning arms and - voila - freshly laundered sheets snapping the the Arizona breeze! I just love Mr. David, there isn't anything he can't do!
I invited him to join me for second cup and perhaps come back later to find out for himself how wonderful it is to crawl into a bed made with sun dried sheets.
He accepted my invitation. Nightie Night!