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Old 02-19-2015, 07:45 AM   #41
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It typically takes me 10-15 minutes. One thing to consider is the amount of time it would take if you were staying in a hotel to load and unload a car. I find a trailer takes considerably less time. The one exception is if you have to wait in line to use a dump station when leaving a park without dumps at each site. This can be minimized by trying to leave at non-peak time.

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