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Old 05-02-2018, 10:05 AM   #5221
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Old 05-02-2018, 01:21 PM   #5223
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At the risk of starting a pets brouhaha, I saw a guy washing his dog on the picnic table.

IMO, either cover the table with a tarp or bring something else to use to wash your dirty mutt.

(What sideways photo?)
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Old 05-02-2018, 01:44 PM   #5224
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At the risk of starting a pets brouhaha, I saw a guy washing his dog on the picnic table.

IMO, either cover the table with a tarp or bring something else to use to wash your dirty mutt.
That is absolutely lovely. I guess we're going to be washing the picnic tables When we arrive at Camp from now on LOL.
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Old 05-02-2018, 01:58 PM   #5225
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At the risk of starting a pets brouhaha, I saw a guy washing his dog on the picnic table.

IMO, either cover the table with a tarp or bring something else to use to wash your dirty mutt.
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That is absolutely lovely. I guess we're going to be washing the picnic tables When we arrive at Camp from now on LOL.
What?... you never seen the guy next to you packing up to head out, roll up their dripping sewer hose and throw it up on the picnic table while getting his tote out of the storage compartment.

I'll take a dirty dog any day.
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What?... you never seen the guy next to you packing up to head out, roll up their dripping sewer hose and throw it up on the picnic table while getting his tote out of the storage compartment.

I'll take a dirty dog any day.
You for sure got me there LOL. I have bleach on my shopping list now.
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Old 05-02-2018, 02:00 PM   #5227
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That is absolutely lovely. I guess we're going to be washing the picnic tables When we arrive at Camp from now on LOL.
This definitely reinforced our use of table clothes. We buy cheap ones about monthly.
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At the risk of starting a pets brouhaha, I saw a guy washing his dog on the picnic table.

IMO, either cover the table with a tarp or bring something else to use to wash your dirty mutt.
Oh no not you Doug. A sideways photo? Really? What is this world coming to?
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Oh no not you Doug. A sideways photo? Really? What is this world coming to?
Apparently I hold my phone wrong!

EDIT, I mean, I have no idea what you're talking about!!!
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Old 05-02-2018, 02:20 PM   #5232
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At the risk of starting a pets brouhaha, I saw a guy washing his dog on the picnic table.



IMO, either cover the table with a tarp or bring something else to use to wash your dirty mutt.



(What sideways photo?)

Oh, Great. Another phobia for my collection. I always use table cloths.
Reminds me of a game we play before building a fire, it’s called what kind of plastic welding was done here? LOL...
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And now, here I sit in my bed working and I'm sort of kind of watching my neighbor setup.

Gloves are a favorite subject of mine. People happily slap them on and think they're being safe and clean. Well this guy did what I've watched many folks do- put the gloves on, touched the sewer parts, and then touched many other things- the pedestal to steady himself, the pedestal to open it (and later close it), the electrical switch inside, and I'm sure there's more.

Just my moment of entertainment.
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And now, here I sit in my bed working and I'm sort of kind of watching my neighbor setup.

Gloves are a favorite subject of mine. People happily slap them on and think they're being safe and clean. Well this guy did what I've watched many folks do- put the gloves on, touched the sewer parts, and then touched many other things- the pedestal to steady himself, the pedestal to open it (and later close it), the electrical switch inside, and I'm sure there's more.

Just my moment of entertainment.
Did you notice if he also adhered to a right hand/left hand separation? I've been known to touch other things while also touching sewer, it's pretty much mandatory for also controlling the tap for the sewer flush, rinsing the hose afterwards, etc..., but I am very careful about what hand touches what. Right only touches the nasties, Left touches the stuff I don't want to cross contaminant. I know it's not a perfect science, but I feel like I'm helping keep things from getting too nasty.

My issue with gloves is when I see people using basic cotton or canvas work gloves for sewer handling, then throw them in a storage bin. I only ever use a box of disposables, and dispose of them after each contamination.
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At the risk of starting a pets brouhaha, I saw a guy washing his dog on the picnic table.

IMO, either cover the table with a tarp or bring something else to use to wash your dirty mutt.

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I remember seeing s picture on a Disney forum board where they laid the sewer hose across the bbq grill
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Apparently I hold my phone wrong!

EDIT, I mean, I have no idea what you're talking about!!!
Oh, I see. It was me. I was holding my mouth wrong. Needed to pull lips to the right, not left. See:
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And now, here I sit in my bed working and I'm sort of kind of watching my neighbor setup.

Gloves are a favorite subject of mine. People happily slap them on and think they're being safe and clean. Well this guy did what I've watched many folks do- put the gloves on, touched the sewer parts, and then touched many other things- the pedestal to steady himself, the pedestal to open it (and later close it), the electrical switch inside, and I'm sure there's more.

Just my moment of entertainment.
You just don't understand. The gloves are to protect HIM, not any of the other stuff!
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Did you notice if he also adhered to a right hand/left hand separation? I've been known to touch other things while also touching sewer, it's pretty much mandatory for also controlling the tap for the sewer flush, rinsing the hose afterwards, etc..., but I am very careful about what hand touches what. Right only touches the nasties, Left touches the stuff I don't want to cross contaminant. I know it's not a perfect science, but I feel like I'm helping keep things from getting too nasty.
Oh interesting- being mindful of which hand touches what. Why glove up the 2nd hand, then? Just go all Michael Jackson on it.

I can't say that I took that careful notice, but I'm pretty sure he did stuff with both hands.
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Oh interesting- being mindful of which hand touches what. Why glove up the 2nd hand, then? Just go all Michael Jackson on it.

I can't say that I took that careful notice, but I'm pretty sure he did stuff with both hands.
You jest, but I have done that before. Until I went to take the contaminated glove off... Let's just say it's easier to keep both gloves on.
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