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Old 04-19-2017, 02:25 PM   #57
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Shoot yeah Joe...you gotta be tough to hang with these guys! They'll shake yer hand and pop u in the gut at the same time! And we gotta admit, we like a good "skirmish" now and then- war of words etc. It's called "the internet".
Thanks Darrel T. I'll toughen up and start another controversial thread but be prepared next time! Ha!
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I wouldn't mind being able to empty the gray tank at a slow dribble while driving down the interstate. Maybe someone could invent a remote electronic valve? Maybe for both tanks, in case we have an annoying tailgater.
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Old 04-19-2017, 03:32 PM   #59
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I wouldn't mind being able to empty the gray tank at a slow dribble while driving down the interstate. Maybe someone could invent a remote electronic valve? Maybe for both tanks, in case we have an annoying tailgater.
Emptying the gray has been done like that by some folks. Every once in a while, on the highway, I've come up on an RV to pass and had a very fine mist hit the windshield . Always seemed to be on Sundays too as they where on their way home.
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Thick skin Joe, you need thick skin. In a similar discussion a while back I was bragging on having a porti pot and that I could dump in any toilet. That brought down the wrath of someone who had walked into a campground toilet only to find a mess left by someone who missed while dumping. How they missed is beyond me but as far as this fellow was concerned it was my fault. Obviously, it had a big impact on him. Don't forget to duck.
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Emptying the gray has been done like that by some folks. Every once in a while, on the highway, I've come up on an RV to pass and had a very fine mist hit the windshield . Always seemed to be on Sundays too as they where on their way home.
That's common practice in Wisconsin . Just drive down any back road with the grey tank valve slightly cracked. They contend that if the valve is set correctly the water will evaporate before it reaches the surface of the road.
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I do feel bad tho for my reply last night.
Don't, Joe. Most everybody feels at one time or another the way you did when you posted. As has been said, don't take another person's opinion as a personal slight. I could mention the old adage about opinions, but no need. Enough said.
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This Florida denizen and camper was looking for dinner, and he only found smelly dirt, no food scraps. Notice how hard he was trying.

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