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Old 08-21-2011, 10:27 AM   #15
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Ya gotta love this web site ! This has to be the only place that the subject of "2 stakes and a bungie cord" ends up with crapping in your yard !!
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Old 08-21-2011, 07:16 PM   #16
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unbelieveable...how funny!
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Old 08-21-2011, 07:29 PM   #17
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Ya done good Firstpoet! With ideas like that, you'll become an old pro in short order. My wife and I have only had our Class A for a year and are still getting used to the routine. It gets easier each time out.
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Old 08-21-2011, 08:05 PM   #18
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Upon further examination of your installation it seems you broke the first of the two rules that all plumbers must know.
1) S--t does not flow uphill ! (as seen in photo #2)
2) Payday is Friday !

Still very creative unless your at buki's place and, I guess, there you can just let er rip.
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Old 08-22-2011, 05:52 AM   #19
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[QUOTE= just go ahead and dump it in the yard. your neighbors will understand that their application of manure is far worse. organic applies to humans too.[/QUOTE]

Are you cousin Eddie??
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Old 08-22-2011, 07:22 AM   #20
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Ya gotta love this web site ! This has to be the only place that the subject of "2 stakes and a bungie cord" ends up with crapping in your yard !!
Now thats funny
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Old 08-22-2011, 12:42 PM   #21
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I have to admit , I have dumped in the ditch half way down my drive( 17acres & 600 ft drive) the ditch is actually the drain from the neighbors lake spillway and the neighbor on the downstream side is a RVer also so he doesn't mind. When the choice is dump or sit for a week or more, I stop on the culvert! So far the only logs stopping up the neighbors culvert are of the oak species.
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lets get serious...you bust me unmercifully for suggesting that emptying your black tank in the yard is somehow nefarious. think about it...what you are emptying in the yard was just a bit ago moldering in your intestines. you have no chemicals, thetford or otherwise, to break it down. ru dead yet? probably not or you wudnt be reading this. i have a septic system at my house. when i recently had it emptied i was amazed that there was no objectionable smell. i guess thats why they call them 'honey wagons.' 3/4ths full. treated. problem solved. in fact when we travel, we never even attach to the sewer hookup. do what you like. i believe in intestinal recycling.
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MHO, you need a support to drain that sewer hose, commercal or home made, the way it sits in the picture you have 4" X 20' of s--t that should be long gone into the ground, sitting on top waiting for someone or something to rip open the hose and cause havoc in the RV park. Set the hose up so it runs down from the valve to the pipe. Not easy when the pipe is high out of the ground, like that park's. But worth the effort when it comes to packing up after the stay. 8' length of 4" PCV pipe under $10, split lengthways supports 16' of hose. You can bungie the support to the rear bumper for transport.
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