My daughter had a portable shower container for her campground.

Most people had larger campers than she had, and they had full bathrooms.

My daughter recently moved into a local campground for the summer. Her house was being remodeled, and she wanted to have some place to stay that wasn’t a hotel room or back home with her parents. I couldn’t blame her, since she had been on her own for almost ten years now. When she got to the campground, she called and invited me down for dinner. She couldn’t wait to show me around and let me know she had all the comforts of home. There was only one thing she didn’t have in her camper, and that was a comfortable shower. She knew she could make do with the tiny shower, but she hated it. When I got to the campground, she was all smiles. She took me over to show me the small store they had onsite, and then she showed me the amenities within twenty feet of her camper. There was a portable shower container that she adored. She told me she could come home from work at night and go into the portable shower container, bothering no one. Most people had larger campers than she had, and they had full bathrooms. So far, she was the only person in the campground who used the portable shower container, and she was okay with that. She told me she could live here all summer and most of fall as long as she had the portable shower container to herself. I wasn’t so sure she could do that, but she thinks she can. I knew she was tired of the camper and portable shower container when she called one evening and asked if I needed company for the night.


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