Mia ,Mia,Mia holding a spear
Just being Mia
Mia ,Mia,Mia holding a spear
Just being Mia
family,family family is full of love
always helping each other
having snuggles while playing on hudles
watching telly with emty belles
Today I did some weighing in a group I had Tilly and Alice in my group.
I weighed an apple,a egyptian god ,an orange, a shell, a stone.
I woke up and the first thing I did was turn the light on.
After a bit of reading I had breakfast and got ready for school .
then I went to school !
and had lots of fun. after a busy day I went home and had tea and then I went to bed.
Once there was a beautiful young girl called Abi ,she had long golden hair and sapphire blue eyes and her favorite thing to eat was blueberries.
She lived in a treehouse on a island with her 2 best friends: Sapphire ( a blue bunny ) and Ruby (a red kitten )
One day she was playing in the trees of the island when Abi suddenly saw a ship then she
And ran to the treehouse.
Name – Abigail
Colour of hair – Blonde
Colour of eyes – Blue
Favourite food – Blueberries
Favourite colour – Blue
Favourite thing to do – Read
Everybody loves me because I am fun to be with
But when I fart everybody has to leave the room
The Reich Safari portable shower is not the cheapest around but it offers superior performance, build quality and convenience to justify its price. It provides an effective solution for anyone who does not have a built-in shower in their campervan or motorhome and is willing to use an outdoor shower – no doubt within the protection of a suitable small shower tent unless you’re in one of those places where nature knows no bounds …
The Safari is a versatile unit which will find many uses aside from providing showers for people – for instance, dealing with muddy dogs, boots, mats and motorhomes.
The shower is endowed with no less than 4 metres of hose and 6 metres of power cord for the 12v connection, making it easy to plug in and to deploy. The amazing thing is that the Safari still packs down into a tiny – but sturdy – plastic case which is more or less the size of an A4 sheet of paper, although somewhat thicker at 70 mm.
The submersible pump is placed in a suitable water container – for showering simply add a kettleful of hot water to a greater quantity of cold water; then plug the power cord into a 12v supply. The unit is fitted with a universal type plug which fits into a cigar lighter socket or into the DIN type of socket which is commonly found in the habitation areas of motorhomes.
Once the pump is running the flow of water is controlled from the shower head; the vented pump can be left running even when water is not being drawn off and this offers the advantage that the water in the hose is kept under pressure so that water emerges from the shower head instantly whenever the lever is pressed on the shower head. The substantial metal shower head has a lever which can be set in the off position; or allow flow as long as the lever is held down; or the lever can be locked in the on position to allow hands-free continuous operation.
While the pump is running it consumes only around 1.5 amps (18 watts) so even a ten-minute shower would take merely about 0.25 Ah from your leisure battery. In fact Reich states that when the pump is kept running simply to maintain pressure its power consumption is reduced.
In practice your shower use will be regulated more by the need to conserve water (which most likely you are going to have to fetch) but campervanstuff performed an experiment and found that in practice a very small amount of water, with the addition of a modest proportion of hot water, provided a very satisfactory and economical shower. See below for more …
Pump: 12v, patented air venting, 0.9 bar 18 litres per minute (in our tests the delivery through the long hose and at head height was about 2.7 L/min)
Hose length: 4 metres
12v supply cable length: 6 metres
Storage Case size (mm): 210 x 297 x 70
The best toilet for a boat is a composting one! The most advanced composting toilet is a Separett Mobile.
The Separett toilet is a clever device. It separates the urine from the solid matter. The urine can be easily disposed of in many ways – down a drain, in a public toilet, even in a hole in the ground (with permission). The solid matter is composted in the unit and need only be emptied after several months to a year, depending on usage. There is a fan (12 volt – 0.2A) which draws air over the compost and ensures good moisture evaporation and decomposing of the waste.
The toilet measures 17″ wide by 25″ deep (44cm x 64cm). It stands 18″ high (46cm).
These are the big brother of the Air Head and were originally designed for domestic use. However we have adapted them for boat use and offer three variations on the basic toilet:
Model 1 uses a small reservoir with pump to transfer the urine to a 45 litre low level holding tank, which can be wheeled away when it needs emptying (typically monthly for live-aboards, annually for holiday use)
Model 2 is similar, but uses a 25 litre portable drum for standing in a suitable storage area;
The Replacement Model is designed to replace an existing pump out toilet and pumps the urine to an existing tank purely as a urine store. The basic toilet can be used for other configurations or to replace a drop-through toilet (such as a Mansfield).
These toilets can be used in houses, motorhomes, caravans, horse-boxes, in fact anywhere that needs a toilet! In these cases the basic model is all that is needed unless a gravity drain is impractical in which case one of the other models will be needed. Contact us for more information or to discuss the benefits in more detail.