|After a rainy night, we left Clayton. Unknown to us, I had left a bottle of water upright on the counter. 200 miles later I found that it had fallen over, striking the hot water sink faucet in kitchen area, allowing ALL of our tanked water stores to empty into the sink and over splashing the counter. There was much wetness because I had left the water pump switch in an on position. It works on demand and the struck faucet issued that command. The grey water tank overfilled (was not empty as we had not dumped when leaving Clayton) and clothes we had left in the shower that had been hanging but which had fallen down, were soaked by grey water coming up from the drain. To top the day off, it was 37 degrees on arrival in Dodge City with freeze warnings for the night. And lots of road closures to the east from flooding.