As any RV full-timer will tell you, making modifications to your rig is commonplace. That doesn't mean you can't feel really good about a small success from time to time.
In our first week of being full-time, I had a dilemma to solve. Our new washing machine fits in the shower stall (and nowhere else) and we had decided to run the machine there, since there is water, power and a drain in proximity. However, the water intake uses a common garden-size hose end -- not exactly stock in an RV shower.
My solution was to add a garden hose "Y" connector coming out of the shower outlet and splitting the shower-head hose and the washing machine hose to either side of the "Y". As with most shower hoses, the end is a 1/2" fitting, but a garden hose end is 3/4". Matching those with adapters took a couple of trips to Home Depot, but I got it done. For ease of removal (we remove the washer from the stall when we want to use the shower), I placed a quick connect on its input hose. Lots of plumber's tape helped keep leaking or dripping from connections.
Jack Huber is a novelist with 7 mysteries published, along with several books of poetry and photography. Now retired, he and his wife, Nadyne, are free to travel the country in their 32' 5th wheel and 1-ton Ford pickup.