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Old 03-05-2015, 12:56 AM   #15
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To make the experience more enjoyable or less stressful, try to get some of the children to sleep outdoors in a tent where they have more privacy and have them use the outdoor shower with swimsuits to keep from filling the holding tank. Also try to do most of the cooking outdoors and wash the dishes outdoors in wash bins.
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Without hookup for that long, look into some LEDs for most used lighting as they use a lot less battery storage. Solar would be nice to put next on the list! Outside showers for sand rinse off!

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Thanks again everyone! We are hoping to leave tomorrow and spend one night around Yuma (before the mountains).

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