Does anyone have any recommendations for setting up an auxiliary water tank in the truck?
We do a lot of camping without full hook-ups and often use two 6 gallon water jugs to refill the water tank on the RV. This is not convenient and involves a lot of spillage and more hassle that I would like.
The plan is to develop a 20+ gallon tank setup for the back of the truck and basically leave it in the back of the truck permanently.
This setup would allow us to carry a lot of water for an extended stay (60+gallons). I can only imagine one situation when this would be necessary... our trip to the Nevada desert.
The setup would also allow us to travel with very little water in the RV (and none in the truck), but then we setup camp I can drive to the water station at the forest service campgrounds and fill up the tank on the water tank on the truck. This should allow us to carry less water en-route to many campsites and fill up when we get there (remember there is no water at the campsites - just a watering station). We should save some gas with this set-up so it should pay for itself with the high and rising cost of gas.
Thanks for your thoughts!