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Old 07-08-2014, 09:40 PM   #11
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Setup - 30 minutes as we all pitch in.

Tear down - very variable, if we have been in camp all weekend, 45 minutes if we push it. Often we putz at it all day, and leave camp between noon and 4 pm, pending on how far we have to go to get back home.
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Old 07-08-2014, 11:48 PM   #13
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An hour, give or take a few. We each have things we do but we take our time and enjoy the process. If we are staying longer and putting up awning lights, etc it takes longer. We had some camping neighbors last weekend that had so much stuff to put out and set up, they looked exhausted by the time they were finished. Made me tired just watching them :/
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An hour, give or take a few. We each have things we do but we take our time and enjoy the process. If we are staying longer and putting up awning lights, etc it takes longer. We had some camping neighbors last weekend that had so much stuff to put out and set up, they looked exhausted by the time they were finished. Made me tired just watching them :/
Sounds like me! haha My husband continually tells me that I have too much stuff. My site looks pretty awesome though once everything is put up and has its place....to me anyways. My husband would be happy with chairs and the awning out
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My husband would be happy with chairs and the awning out
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What the heck is that thing? Where did you find it?

how did you talk people into letting you hang that thing?
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About 1 hr start to finish. Its like a drill team with us.
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As I routinely tell my wife "who cares, we're camping"!

Take down, depressing and about an hour to an hour and a half
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What the heck is that thing? Where did you find it?



how did you talk people into letting you hang that thing?

I assume you're talking about mcfarmall's "precious". I was wondering the same thing. Is it used to scare other people away? Kind of like an owl for birds?

It's so ridiculous, I actually kind of like it!
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The highlight of setup is when I can put out "my precious".[/QUOTE]

I like it, it makes a great conversation starter in any camp ground. It would be fun if we all tried to find one as good and I'd hang it up at my camp site.
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