(the title of this post is from an Abbott and Costello movie)
I clean up each evening with baby wipes or a sponge bath. Occasionally I break out the Solar Shower. I put in three gallons of water and lay the shower bag in the sun to heat up. This time it got too hot and I had to add another gallon to cool it down some. Here at Sisters camp I had a nice tree limb to hang the bag from which is not always the case. That is the only bad part about this system. I'm not as strong as I once was and it's a bit of an effort for me to heft the bag up that high. As I wrote that I remembered I had rigged up a pulley system back at Camp Quarantine in Arizona.
Now what did I do with it? I forgot all about it. Next time.
You may be wondering so I'll answer your questions now. Yes the RV has a shower. I've used it maybe three times. It is a waste of water. I have to heat the water for at least fifteen minutes which is a waste of propane running the hot water heater tank. Everything gets wet in the shower stall. Back in the day I kept Sinbad's litter box in there so I had to be sure there was no litter in the drain and then would have to wipe the shower area dry. Too much waste and trouble so I always used the shower facilities in the campground or RV park we were staying in. Oh the stories I could tell. Now I never stay in RV parks anymore. Having Beans I have removed the passenger seat and installed a litter box cabinet for the home in that spot. The shower is now being used as a food pantry and to hang clothes.