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Old 11-14-2002, 10:25 PM   #15
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Na, Pippa. George is the oldest living Casita owner.

It's Morgan that's old as dirt. (Or so he said. I did a Search on the word, Dirt, to verify this.) :hap2
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Old 11-14-2002, 10:28 PM   #16
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http://www.ownbox.com/treasure/CheaperThanDirt.htm
CATALOG # ZWN-319
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ZWN-318

corse they are out of the bigger one right now. that's the last number I gave you. they are heavy cotton convas military water transport bags. I don't have them yet, just ordered them Tuesday.
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Old 11-14-2002, 10:50 PM   #17
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Ok, been on the search and found it twice so far. at WalMart, but the online store was out. for 24.95
The other place had them for 21.95 place called 4 outdorr fun. there out there so we don't have to rush if you don't want. I know I won't need mine until May.
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Old 11-14-2002, 10:57 PM   #18
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Older than

oops! sorry george and morgan I should have checked first.
Thanks mary for setting me straight .
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Old 11-14-2002, 11:13 PM   #19
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oh happy days! you mean Walmart has them, that means I can cross the line and pick one up when i get my egg from storage in April (its stored in the U.S.)
I love having something to buy for camping I have so much I thought there was nothing left.
That Cheaper than dirt site was incredible Do you think we should let Charles know about the flashlight section that has the weapons 2000 xenon 2x3v lithium, 6000 candlelight power with the switch at the end of a curly cord with velcro fasteners for "bump inthe night" protection at $84.00??
Shhhh,if he does'nt see this post I'll send him a p.m.
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Old 11-15-2002, 12:19 AM   #20
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You all scare me - but Charleston Heston would think you are nifty!


ehehe *just kidding* :drillsrgt
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Old 11-15-2002, 02:31 AM   #21
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Orginally posted by Thomas and Janifer

http://www.ownbox.com/treasure/CheaperThanDirt.htm
CATALOG # ZWN-319
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ZWN-318

corse they are out of the bigger one right now. that's the last number I gave you. they are heavy cotton convas military water transport bags. I don't have them yet, just ordered them Tuesday.
This is actually the shower that I have. I got it the same time as the Easy-Up screen room from the same vendor. I didn't mention it because Pippa mentioned lifting the bag and gravity was a concern. There are literally dozens of solutions that the ingenious have worked out for temporary showers. I'm kinda leaning toward the bug sprayer types for my replacement/upgrade.

These illustrate various types - some cheap and some not.
http://www.preparedness.com/porshowsin1.html
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Old 11-15-2002, 08:06 AM   #22
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Benita, your looking at the wrong thing on cheaperthandirt. we were talking bucket from there used with a shower with battery operated pump from someother place. Or I don't think they have the pump. This way you don't lift the bucke, you pump from it.

Rick, typical male. :laugh can't keep up with us women when we are shopping. :sporty (oops forgot about those guys that got us shopping :duck just trying to razz Rick a little)
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Old 11-15-2002, 09:34 AM   #23
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Oops

Yes, I was looking at the wrong item.

After viewing and considering the canvas bag option, I think I'd rather take an empty dishwashing detergent bottle and recycle it to squirt myself with water from the stove top or sink.

Alternatively, I think I'd go waterless for my body and rub my scalp with an astringent like Sea Breeze before taking the military bucket route. http://www.preparedness.com/readtotbodcl.html

Those canvas bags just do not appeal to me.
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Old 11-15-2002, 10:16 AM   #24
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showers! its raining showers!

Rick, I did'nt know Charlton Heston was a flashlight collecter too ! is there no limit to that mans' talent.
Will we have to pry his flashlight from his cold............bla,bla,bla:violin .Did I miss something re. the "pop up ad" heading Rick ? I'd btter go and read again sometimes if you miss one post you are out of the loop, or in my case more out of it:lol
Jana that site that benita gave us had a battery operated turbo shower and it's colour is ta da ta da YELLOW! your yellow, take a look.
That is a good site benita Thanks
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well, if truth be known, I didn't get it for water. :hap2 I thought I could stuff it with stuff and carry it around. I like toties almost as much as foldies.
That squirt bottle sounds like a great idea. had thought of the pump up thingy, but this is simple. good job.
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Old 11-15-2002, 10:22 AM   #26
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Pippa,
I did see that, but it didn't soak-in. hehe. sorry.
I'll go look again. no wait was that the 59 dollar joberdo?:omy
guess that stopped my looken, but if it's better..
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Old 11-15-2002, 10:58 AM   #27
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Its Yellow!

For Pete's sake! if its yellow, hang the cost you gotta have it!
Was you"soak in" remark a pun? it was a good one.:banana
Anyway it was $49.00 'cheap as dirt" LOL
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Old 11-15-2002, 11:05 AM   #28
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it's yellow

Yea, I know. :wave yellow flyswatter, yellow pillows. It's an addiction. I revuse to get a yellow jacket though.

The soak was an accident, but I noticed and kept it.

Pippa, I'm tring to remember and I'm blank of this. is yours a Boler?
and if so what color? or if not, what color? maybe you painted it. :)
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