This is not much help but about five years ago I read two books about a couple that lived in their RV, traveled and solved crimes. I bought them at a garage sale for a quarter each and got rid of them when I was done. Sorry I cannot help with the name or author but have you tried doing a search?
You need a different kind of shampoo, soap and detergent if you are draining the water on the ground. Expensive but it may be worth it. The once I saw it they had a dry well with a grated top over it.
And I do not know if it is legal every where.
We do what the Son of Norway does but five gallons of water are too heavy for mw. We keep refilling one gallon jugs of water for me.
If we are at a campground with hot running water we fill jugs of water with hot so we do not have to heat water when needed.
We saw a truck camper with the back door open. Only door I guess. The woman inside was leaning out the door holding desperatly on and trying to grab it and shut it. We speeded up and I yelled out the window to the driver to pull over.I have always wished that my husband pulled over also to see just what had happened.
Husband forgot to drain the hot water tank once. Never again. The smell was terrible after a few weeks and it had to be drained and sanitized. I am sure it would not make a difference in the fall or spring if we knew it was not going to freeze.
If you have children they might enjoy bending over and putting their feet in two states and their hands in two others. If you are an adult it is not worth going out of your way to see.
Takes about four minutes to see everything.