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Old 06-05-2009   #1
Boise, Idaho
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Found: Groover

Somebody is having a so-so week on a river somewhere in Idaho. On Tuesday of this week I found a groover (commercial type, not just an ammo box) in a parking lot in Boise, Idaho. A few days earlier I had seen a group gathering in this parking lot, loading up their gear, including a raft and a couple of cats, and obviously somebody forgot to load the groover. If you can tell me where you left it, and describe the thing to my satisfaction, I'll be happy to give it back. Send me a PM if you think it's yours.

I just hope the group had a second unit along.

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Old 06-05-2009   #2
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I can describe it...full of dookie. Why would anyone want to "forget" that?

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Old 06-05-2009   #3
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gross. that's poor form my friends.
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Old 06-05-2009   #4
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No, guys, it was clean and empty, or I sure as hell wouldn't have put it in my car. And I shouldd be clear, this is not technically a "groover" it's a portable toilet. Someone spent good money on it, and if they don't get it back, I guess I'll save a few bucks.
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Old 06-05-2009   #5
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Back when I was a dirtbag and everything on my raft rig was secondhand, military surplus or cobbled together with bailing wire and gum, my groover was a 5 gallon bucket with a Gamma lid on top.

After a long, hot San Juan trip, that thing came home with nobody committing to cleaning it. After a few weeks in my backyard, I wasn't touching that thing -so I went over to my buddy's house and left it on his porch, just cracked a bit. It found it's way onto someone else's porch, then another dude's pickup bed, etc for the next month.
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