Tuesday, February 26, 2013

This is the Honey Wagon that came to the RV today.

This is how they do it.  They take their hoses and connectors and connect them to our sewer outlet.  

  I think I should teach you a bit about the Honey wagon.  This may be somewhat distasteful but here goes.  "Honey wagon" is a facetious traditional general term for "a wagon or truck for collecting and carrying excrement or manure", such as a cesspool emptier, which serves as a sanitation system including at campground and marinas. The operator connects a hose to the discharge outlet on the recreational vehicle or boat and pumps the waste into the wagon's tank. When the tank is full, the operator should empty the tank at an approved dump station.  The legend behind the name 'honeywagon' is thought to relate to the 'honey-colored' liquid that comes out of it when emptying the holding tanks. EEW

They are now connecting them to our sewer connect.  
Now they start the gas engine and pump all the stuff out of our tanks.  We are now empty and ready to fill them up again.  

We woke up this morning with under a tornado watch.  It has been overcast all day with winds and at times rain.

  We did laundry at the resort laundry room.  You can use credit cards to pay for your washer and dryers here.  It is a very interesting way of doing it.  You can also set it up on your smart phone to get a text when your wash is done.  We usually use the washer/dryer in the RV, but with no sewer hook-up we went public with the wash.  

We also decided since we were washing the dogs needed to be clean too.  They were not all that thrilled about it though.   So we are all clean and ready for the week.  LOL

 To be sure of hitting the target, shoot first and call whatever you hit the target.
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