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Old 04-30-2014, 07:59 AM   #15
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For the life of me I don't understand this to be great full timing???

This would suet me better!

This would be my full time choice! I guess I a weird!!
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Choose your ice cream...chocolate, vanilla, or strawberry. I am curious though...as you have no hookups, where does the grey and black water go. I am assuming either you drain the black into a carrier and take it to a dump, or you have a service come by every three to five days. Do you run grey out on the ground? Or do you pack up every three to five days and go to a dump? Just curious as I haven't really seen this aspect of boon docking discussed much. Read one post that indicated grey drained onto the ground in BLM land (which surprised me very much).

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