Some folks DO take things out of context.
We are SO FORTUNATE, we just happened to have some sewer work done a couple of years ago, and **AS AN AFTERTHOUGHT** the guy asked if we would like a clean out where the line leaves the property out front.. we said Sure, why not... BOY has that come in handy NOW that we have the Scamp
. My buddy even brought HIS over when he got home from his last trip. (only "problem" is it is on the door side of trailer unless you park the wrong way. Oh well - STILL nice to have it at home.
[quote]Most of my spare time this summer has been working on some landscaping and retaining walls out front. This has been to resolve some parking issues, control drainage and last but not least provide a spot for our trailer so I can work on it.
Last weekends efforts were on getting the last bit of underground drainage and conduit in place before repositioning the retaining wall where the trailer will be parked. Early this week I had a client say something about hooking up the trailer permanently out front and he didn't think it was legal in the city.
Confused by his comment, I asked him what he was talking about. To which he replied:
"I see you have the sewer lines all set up for the black water", as he pointed over to the rear of my trailer. Little did I realize what my unfinished drainage pipes looked like to somone passing by.