One of the things we like most about our bunkhouse also makes it somewhat of a pain. While it's normally me and DW, we will take the three grandchildren on a vacation at least once a year. When we don't take the grandchildren, the bunkhouse serves as a very good storage area where clothes and miscellaneous items can be laid out. The blessing to the bunkhouse is that the kitchen does not have to be set up/broken down to change between sleeping and eating. The bath and 1/2 is where the pain can be. The 35B has two dump locations (2 black & 2 grey tanks) for the bath and 1/2 (the non-bunk 35F only has one and the two baths are connected by a macerator). The problem is that when it's just me and DW, we still have to use both dump locations. The shower is tied to the rear tanks and the kitchen sink is tied to the center tanks. So unless we give up showers or washing dishes, we still have to dump from both locations. Our compromise is that when it's just us, we only use the rear bath for the showers, and use the center bath for any toilet duty. This way, at least the rear dump doesn't get soiled with the "bad stuff". However with all that said, we are still very happy with our 35B!
Dewey & Sharon
Southern Maryland suburbs of DC
2015 Tiffin Allegro Bus 45LP