"In our boondocking (dry camping) seminars, we talk about how to conserve fresh-water usage plus decreasing the amount of water going into your grey tank. It fills 2-4 times faster than the black tank. We addressed several water-saving techniques in our last article entitled, "Stay Longer and Stay Free by Boondocking (Dry Camping)."
A "real" Navy shower on display in the Naval Undersea Museum, Keyport, Washington.
Another easy method is to take more efficient showers. Often called a "Navy" shower, this is a technique the Navy uses to decrease the amount of shower water an individual uses.
The First Day… Have someone note the total amount of time the shower water is running normally while you take your "normal" shower. Do not time the water dribbling through the diverter……….
Read more: http://www.newrver.com/rvgallonshower.shtml
Here's how… Get a container marked off in gallons (a tub, pot, etc.). Put it in the shower, start timing, and run the shower for a total time equal to when you took your "normal" shower. How much water did you use?
Next, run, catch, and measure the total water you used for your "Navy" shower.""
But what if your water heater won't work: http://www.rvdoctor.com/2010/08/rv-water-heater-pilot-flame-out.html
See the winner at the end:
That's just for fun, today!