Water truck!

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Ron
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Water truck!

Post by Ron » Wed Jun 20, 2007 9:29 am

So each year my camp hires a water truck to bring us lots of H20 for our super secret but way cool project. In year's past we've shared the cost of said hire, and the water the truck brings, with other camps that have a need for some H2O goodness. Is that you? Drop me a PM if you're looking for hundreds of gallons of water and wondering how you're going to get them to BRC this year....

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Post by Teo del Fuego » Wed Jun 20, 2007 1:18 pm

is the natural turf pyramid coming back this year? Hope so!

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Post by Ugly Dougly » Thu Jun 21, 2007 11:35 am

"way cool" = he's making ice. :)

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Post by diane o'thirst » Thu Jun 21, 2007 1:43 pm

Thanks for the offer but I'm good. I have a 20-gallon tank in the trailer and I'm also bringing 35 gallons worth of water bottles. More than enough, even if I get 200 people showing up at the H O W L Workshop.
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Post by mauiburnerzz » Mon Jul 02, 2007 4:25 pm

hi were at blckies bar at 9and fate lst yr anyway yea im thinkin of two camps in our area also msg me pols

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H2O supply

Post by markszulgit » Thu Jul 26, 2007 10:11 am

Julia & I are virgin burners yet avid cyclists. Were biking from SF on the 14th of Aug to Black Rock City. As you can imagine carrying a weeks worth of water on a bike is difficult. Is your water potable? If so, how could we collaborate?

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Post by night4day » Sat Aug 04, 2007 10:00 pm

Hey man, i just got a road wearthy RV. You made me think will i be needing a water delivery? I plan on staying over 5 maybe 6 days and will have about 4 folks using the bath(room)
is there such a thing as a dump truck????

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Post by bigbluedoggy » Sat Aug 04, 2007 10:05 pm

http://www.burningman.com/preparation/e ... l/rvs.html

You will need to bring enough water in the RV to get you thru, but as it says on that page, you can make arrangements for a dumping. Good luck!
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Re: Water truck

Post by ibdave » Sat Aug 04, 2007 10:21 pm

night4day wrote:Hey man, i just got a road wearthy RV. You made me think will i be needing a water delivery? I plan on staying over 5 maybe 6 days and will have about 4 folks using the bath(room)
is there such a thing as a dump truck????

dave
your RV will not hold much CRAP.. There is no guarantee that you can find a pumper truck to pump your rig.. If you do get hooked up it will cost you in the $50-75.00 range.. CASH...
I have gone 9 years in mine 10 days each year and was lucky the years I had to have it pumped.. We only use it when you can't make it to the JOTS..
Same with the showering and dish washing.. Seen the rental units fill up on the 1st day.. Don't overfill the grey water and the black water tanks.. If you do overfill either tank you will have to ride home with the mess and smell..
DON'T use 2 ply T.P. use the RV style T.P.
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Post by dragonpilot » Mon Aug 06, 2007 1:43 pm

Double second the last reply! You might be able to make it thru the week if there's only 2 of ya in the RV, but if ya have any kind of a crowd your holding tanks will fill up quicker'n ya can say Dixie...and those pump out guys? forget it...you absolutely cannot count on them to be there when ya need them.

We use the Porta Johns, never the on board toilet! We take sponge baths with No-Rinse Wipes, never use the shower. We use paper plates/plastic forks, never wash dishes. We use the microwave, never the stove top (no dirty pots)...get the idea?

RV's are a great dust storm refuge, place to sleep, store gear, but not the panacea people attribute to them.

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Post by frenchblue1 » Tue Aug 07, 2007 10:22 pm

Hi Ron, sent you a PM.
I'll be in for sharing the cost for 100 gallons. I can recruit some more help if needed.
Let me know

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