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Do you use your on board shower or the one at the campground?
One of the first things I look at when shopping for an RV is how usable the shower is.
As a fulltime RVer, the shower needs to be large enough to move around in easily with an adequate hot water supply to avoid the usual on/off method of showering.
If this is to be my home, I expect to live comfortably and that includes having a good shower experience.
On the other hand, during weekend trips or a short vacation, making use of the campground facilities can make pretty good sense too.
One tip to remember though, with the smaller 6-gallon water heater an on/off method of showering is pretty much mandatory unless you like a really cold rinse.
With an upgraded 10-gallon model you can manage a continual stream shower, if you don’t dally.
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