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Old 08-02-2015, 06:23 PM   #1
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disgusted in a fellow camper

Was emptying the tanks in preparation for our trip home today. While finishing up a camper pulled into the stall next to me. I thought it was kind of weird that he pulled forward then backed up angling it so that his valve was almost directly over the drain. While shaking the drain line a heard an extreme gush of water followed by.... the smell.

This guy emptied his tanks straight into the drain without a hose while spraying it with water from a safe distance. I normally keep my mouth shut, but found myself giving into my emotions by calling him out and saying " You need to get a hose! That's disgusting! "

Was I out of line in saying something? Is this a normal practice?
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Old 08-02-2015, 06:42 PM   #2
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Is this a normal practice?
Only for "MORONS"..........
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Old 08-02-2015, 06:53 PM   #3
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No, this is not normal and if caught by anyone from the CG staff, would be told their not welcome back. These are the types of jerks who ruin it for all of us.
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Old 08-02-2015, 06:58 PM   #4
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Absolutely no excuse for not having a dump hose and it is absolutely not a normal practice. Some folks are just ignorant and they must be taught proper procedures. Kudos for you for saying something to that jerk!
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Old 08-02-2015, 07:08 PM   #5
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same guy?

I had a friend describe being next in line at a dump station and watch a guy do this. It was very hot out and she said that the smell was horrible. Either this guy gets around a lot or more than one person is a moron.
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Old 08-02-2015, 07:24 PM   #6
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I would have taken the time and got his tag number of the TV and let the front office know. There is only one excuse for that kind of behavior and that is LACK OF RESPECT.

I hope he at least took the time to flush the area with fresh water when he was done But my guess is he just got in and drove away.
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Old 08-02-2015, 07:45 PM   #7
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You did the right Thing, it is disgusting and may even be illegal!

A few years ago I was dumping my blue boy at a Florida SP dump station. A guy in a old MH pulled into the lane next to me, positioned his black drain near the dump hole and let her fly. All over the pavement, slab etc. He then proceeded to pull out and went into a camp site.
I went to a host, who got a ranger over to look at it. He asked me to show him where the guy was.

We rode over in his golf cart and he evicted him on the spot. Then thanked me and told me he would have to get the fire dept over to hose the pad off.
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You did the right Thing, it is disgusting and may even be illegal!

A few years ago I was dumping my blue boy at a Florida SP dump station. A guy in a old MH pulled into the lane next to me, positioned his black drain near the dump hole and let her fly. All over the pavement, slab etc. He then proceeded to pull out and went into a camp site.
I went to a host, who got a ranger over to look at it. He asked me to show him where the guy was.

We rode over in his golf cart and he evicted him on the spot. Then thanked me and told me he would have to get the fire dept over to hose the pad off.
I saw a similar thing a couple of years ago. A large Class A pulled up to the dump and positioned his tank discharge "close to the correct spot" and obviously had the cap off of his discharge pipe. He also had remote valves it seems because "here it comes". All over everywhere and some of it even hit the drain, but the cap on the dump was closed so absolutely nothing went where it was supposed to. He then rinsed with his gray tank and drove off with dripping going on. I couldn't get his tag number since I was too far back in line. I did walk up and help others hose off the mess.

I hope he ran under a low over pass on his way.
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I had an experience this weekend not gross but annoying. While eating dinner the guy across from us was setting up. He used an cordless impact driver to put down his stabilizers. No exaggeration, he spent ten minutes at each corner with the thing clicking and clanking that could be heard a mile away. I really didn't understand it at all what he was trying to accomplish..
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So, I guess squatting over the drain and dropping a duece is outta the question?
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