Pulling the T-handle on that 3” valve on the roadside of the RV is probably the least attractive part of RVing. I have never met another RVer that enjoys the ritual of dumping the RV tanks. Speaking of rituals, some RVers make more of a ritual out of it than need be, but that subject is best saved for another time and place. While dumping the RV tanks are unattractive, nothing says the surroundings need be. On a recent adventure through Valley of Fire State Park in Nevada I snapped a picture of the dump station shown below.
While the tanks drained, I just enjoyed the view. Dumping the tanks still isn’t high on my list of RVing activities, but with scenery like this it beats checking the engine oil on a hot day! Do you know of a more scenic dump station than the one pictured? Please share, via the comment link below.
I hope to see you on the highway in the New Year enjoying some RV adventures of your own.
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