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Old 07-11-2016, 11:35 AM   #61
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200-300 miles is plenty for us. We usually quit at 3 or 4pm.
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Old 07-11-2016, 11:53 AM   #62
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Sounds like most of us were pretty good on our predictions - even doing 65 mph, most of us only average around 50-55 mph on an all-day drive.
And I never disputed it, when I put my numbers out there for averages, I included my stoppage time separately. I planned on 13 hours which would have been just about 50 MPH after it was all broke down.
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200-300 miles is plenty for us. We usually quit at 3 or 4pm.
I wish we had that option, but sadly we're both back at work today, and really needed the day when we returned to get settled back at the homestead. Our only regret is that we took a very long trip, and we spent a significant amount more time at the campground than we thought we would because of the baby. If we had known that was how it was going to play out, I hardly doubt we would have driven 1200 miles.
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