My son came running back to our campsite from the playground ready for lunch. I couldn't even see skin; just dirt and mud. I yelled down, "Wash first-with soap!"
He stopped at the water spigot at the front of our campsite, turned on the water, grabbed the soap, and in seconds was clean enough to eat-from the wrists to the fingers anyway.
Another mom was walking by and stopped to watch. She asked about my "soap dispenser." I never even thought of it as clever or unusual-just standard operating procedure. I drop a bar of soap into an old nylon knee-high or pieces of pantyhose and tie it to the spigot. It's always there, dries between sue, doesn't fall on the ground, and can't be carried away by animals-or kids.
About 2 hours later, I saw that same mom again. She had made a trip into a nearby town for some knee highs and soap. She asked if I had any other secrets to share...
That made me think, maybe I do have some ideas that can be useful to other campers.