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Here we go again 🙂 So glad that I learned to save everything before posting here 🙂
3rd try –
Why not just hook up to the trailer and go dump, it’s not going to take much longer then messing around with a tote, especially if you have to make multiple trips. Stan
Like with Bill, maybe one dump after shower day. When we set up in a park, usually we set up for show and everything has its place. Karen announced that our trailer was open to view last night at the potluck dinner and we had a line of 20+ people that wanted to see it. After she has her decorations set up, it’s easier to dump a tote if needed. There’s just no need to move all of the decorations and lights then take down the awning and move the trailer for a few gallons of water. We’re at the Scamp Far West, Fiberglass RV Rally in Pine Grove, California and set up to show for 5 days. This time there’s hook ups but we set the trailer up the same either way. The propane tank cover is off because I’m working on it and filling a tank up in a few minutes. I’m running 32′ of propane hose to the pit for the circle of people each night. And they all cooked their hot dogs over them on hot dog night also. Being the only Oliver and getting put into the spot right next to the center of all activities made it nice because we really come prepared. We smoked pork bellys for 4 hours yesterday in the Cobb to add to last night’s dinner. Pulled fresh off the grill smoked pork was our addition.
The aftermath of last night’s potluck
2 propane fire pits and people from 32 trailers all here 🙂
Reed & Karen Lukens with Riffles our Miniature Poodle
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