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Old 07-17-2015, 09:03 PM   #11
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Hey Tigerman, where where you at when you did your Robin Williams impression?

Stone Mountain, GA with my family on the far side of the camper finishing up dinner.

All I heard was a hollar from my wife, "hey, you should hookup a hose first."

This avatar is the greatest in history. Louisiana rules donkey kong.
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Old 07-17-2015, 09:18 PM   #12
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These stories will make me slow down and evaluate what I am doing. I am sure you all do that, but Murphy's law is for real. Good luck.

One question though. When **** happens what do you do. I am not one to run away from my mistakes.

Is there a procedure? We are talking bio hazard. Park rules and all.
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Old 07-17-2015, 09:23 PM   #13
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Is it OK to use more TP to wipe it out my mistake?
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Old 07-17-2015, 09:29 PM   #14
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These stories will make me slow down and evaluate what I am doing. I am sure you all do that, but Murphy's law is for real. Good luck.

One question though. When **** happens what do you do. I am not one to run away from my mistakes.

Is there a procedure? We are talking bio hazard. Park rules and all.
I am sure if over a certain amount it would become a bio-hazardous incident!!
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Old 07-17-2015, 09:35 PM   #15
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The question is.... is it Nature OR Nurture.... ?

Yes...., the wife made me do aaaand... there are no pictures.... so it never happened.



Camped at Stone Mt Ga, for a week. Great place to visit.
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Old 07-17-2015, 09:43 PM   #16
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Stone Mountain, GA with my family on the far side of the camper finishing up dinner.

All I heard was a hollar from my wife, "hey, you should hookup a hose first."

This avatar is the greatest in history. Louisiana rules donkey kong.
Were there any non-family witnesses, and can we expect to see it on youtube?
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Old 07-17-2015, 09:58 PM   #17
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I finally thought of a line for a comeback to the expression "**** happens". The best response i could come with...yeah...it's a natural byproduct of metabolic function. Such as it is with life, as long were onthis side of the flower bed...
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Old 07-17-2015, 10:12 PM   #18
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These stories will make me slow down and evaluate what I am doing. I am sure you all do that, but Murphy's law is for real. Good luck.

One question though. When **** happens what do you do. I am not one to run away from my mistakes.

Is there a procedure? We are talking bio hazard. Park rules and all.
I wondered the same. Ultimately, I decided to flood the area with water hoping to dilute whatever was there. And will do so again and again. Honestly, it never dawned on me to contact the campground.



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Were there any non-family witnesses, and can we expect to see it on youtube?

None that I'm aware of....

And honestly, this wasn't a "let me take a picture first" kind of moment. I DEFINITELY did NOT take a selfie with it!
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Old 07-17-2015, 10:45 PM   #19
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Haha. I was told to always use the hospital plastic gloves when handling the bad stuff.

Might be worth using to booties too.

Wish I could put those laughing symbols on here with my phone right now. I am chuckling.
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Last year during the first trip with our new 28RKX, I pulled into the campground dump-station, made sure the grey & black tank valve handles, which are hidden up under the skirt, were closed and proceeded to hook up the hose. As soon as the cap came off, a TORRENT of "liquid" ushered forth. First instinct was to recoil but then after jumping around a little, got the cap back on. Thank goodness there was no one behind me because I'm sure I put on quite a show and "may" have used some not so friendly words. Turns out I have TWO grey tank valve handles. One for the bathroom and one for the KITCHEN which the dealer failed to inform me about during delivery. Ended up putting engraved labels on the skirt wherever there was a valve handle.
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