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Old 08-09-2015, 05:30 AM   #61
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X3. I get enough of the glove thing while crabbing. But I do wash my hands!
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Old 08-09-2015, 05:47 AM   #62
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X3. I get enough of the glove thing while crabbing. But I do wash my hands!
Kind of what I meant by worse. Growing up on the back of a shrimp trawler and working in fish houses, ain't much worse in smells and other stuff.
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Old 08-09-2015, 07:45 AM   #63
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Old 08-09-2015, 09:13 AM   #64
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Illegal maybe??? I know when I checked into a campground down in Florida last April, I was told that a screw in type fitting was required by law to dump into their dump station. Which they conveniently sold just in case I needed one. Can't just stick the hose in the hole there.
Many areas have laws which require screw in fittings. So sewer gas doesn't escape. They were not trying to rip you off for a hose fitting.
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Old 08-09-2015, 11:26 AM   #65
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Oh I don't think they were trying to rip me off. It was just pointed out to me as I was from another state. I already had one though.
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When things are bad ... keep in mind they can always be worse ... like for Coolidge Winesett.
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I have not (yet) seen anyone at a campsite drain their tanks openly as described in some of these posts. I have to admit, we stay at decent campgrounds, and they are patrolled often by the camp rangers.
On the other hand, I've seen smokers who continue to toss their nasty cigarette butts down on the ground, which to me is the same as littering with trash, or dumping sewage.
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I have not (yet) seen anyone at a campsite drain their tanks openly as described in some of these posts. I have to admit, we stay at decent campgrounds, and they are patrolled often by the camp rangers.
On the other hand, I've seen smokers who continue to toss their nasty cigarette butts down on the ground, which to me is the same as littering with trash, or dumping sewage.
I agree on cigarettes butts on the ground in sites and everywhere else in the park: roadways, walkways, hiking trails, in the shower and restroom stalls and of course fire rings. Any and everything that is put in a fire ring suddenly becomes invisible. Why would anyone go to the trouble to take a bag of garbage to the dumpster on their way out when they can just leave it in the fire ring.
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Well I do wash my hands but I rarely wear the gloves. They usually tear either putting on or taking off. I'm very careful as for just what I touch and my stuff is kept clean. Also I "work" in the stuff and worse. Elbow deep sometimes. (gloves are kind of useless then) So no, it doesn't bother me either. Doesn't mean I like it, just used to it. But but but...I scrub my hands and fingernails when done with a small amount of bleach and other strong soap.
I've gotten to where I set up my hand-washing station at the outside shower at the beginning of the process. I don't typically wear gloves either, so washing is necessary and I'll do it 2-3 times before I get moved on to something else.
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