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Old 09-27-2015, 07:49 PM   #29
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I like the sock idea. Thanks.

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Old 09-27-2015, 10:58 PM   #30
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Joe, we usually use the "wife's foot" thing, but I think a gallon freezer bag filled with water would be a good solution. Cheap, and no weight to carry. Just fill a bag with water when you need it.

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Makes me wonder what kind of plumbers these guy are that would stub a pipe 18 inches about the ground (Cape San Blas Florida) or one even with the ground (KOA Cherokee NC) The one in Cherokee had nothing but a piece of broken roof shingle covering it. When it rained during the night, the water actually ran into sewer.
Now, pipe too small to accommodate a regular sewer dump hose.
The pea gravel in a sock is a great idea by the way
Ran into that in a state park years ago when we had a small enough rig that we could get into one!
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Thanks everyone for your suggestions!

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