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I don't need the tub, but great campsite [emoticon]


Agreed. [emoticon]


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Love it.

I will bookmark the site I may get one for my home yard. I wonder how durable it is and how long it will last before it springs a leak.

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That's awesome! I say go for it

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Problem I see with these in a campsite is what you do with the water when you're ready to leave. I don't think I'd want to camp near you if you're dumping 250 gallons of treated water in your campsite just as you're pulling out...don't think I'd want you next to me either especially if I was downhill...just sayin.....Dennis


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Executive wrote:

Problem I see with these in a campsite is what you do with the water when you're ready to leave. I don't think I'd want to camp near you if you're dumping 250 gallons of treated water in your campsite just as you're pulling out...don't think I'd want you next to me either especially if I was downhill...just sayin.....Dennis




The extra electricity and the disposal of the water is a problem. The CG owners expect you to run your air conditioner. However having a hotub is "just one more thing" where a campground owner might review how he is doing business and adjust accordingly.

You can't have it both ways.

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250 gallons is a lot of water. It won't take long for CG owners to ban hot tubs


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Those things typically draw no more than a coffee pot. Disposal of the water is a different issue for sure


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I want one for camping in the snow [emoticon]


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SCVJeff wrote:

Those things typically draw no more than a coffee pot. Disposal of the water is a different issue for sure



Those things typically draw no more than a coffee pot.


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What does a coffee pot take? Sounds like it takes 12 hours to heat.

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