Even though I buy the best sewer hose I can find, they seem to last about 4-5 months of continuous use. Dragging them across the gravel causes pinholes to develop and then in the trash it goes . I'll be buying yet another hose next week when we are in Tucson for the Datastorm rally.
I keep looking for a hose cover to buy, but haven't found one yet. I might have to make my own.
KIX - I have some leftover Sunbrella from our boating days and a walking foot sewing machine - I might just whip one up. Wouldn't take more than 30 minutes to make one. BTW - Sunbrella is excellent sun protection (sail covers, etc.) but it is not good at resisting abrasion.
Bill - thanks for the link! I looked at the product and it isn't for me. Storage would be a huge issue and then you have to drag it out and set it up. Not something I want to do after a long day on the road.
It does look like it might be a good sewer system for those who don't move around very much.
The best sewer solution I found is the SANI-CON. I installed this macerator pump three years ago and have not invested another penny. This system also allows you to transfer grey tank into black for the wash-out, or for more grey storage if you need the extra capacity. The system also has a grey water by-pass that lets grey water drain out. It will pump the waste product up and through a 3/4 inch line to any sewer drain or sewer wash-out you or the neighbor has.
Check it out on the web and/or call SANI-CON. The install takes a few hours and most of that was carefully running a direct 12 volt line to the battery. Good luck.