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Old 09-17-2011   #1
 
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Goover removal....service?

Hey there. I'm in Denver and wanted to see where the best place to clean out your goover is. Better yet a Groover cleaning service? If this does not exsist then let show our support for the brave sole that will open this business. Thank you

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Old 09-17-2011   #2
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Heres a list of free dump stations do it yourself it's just shit. You shit I shit we all shit. After you do it once you'll get used to it

http://www.coloradodot.info/travel/s...way-rest-areas
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There's a dump station at the RV park at the very top of the Golden play park; I think it's $10 or more. Last time I was there, the pump hose valve was pretty stripped though. I've also used dump station at an RV park on Federal just north of I-70, which was OK. The best in the metro area I've used is the dump station at the Boulder County Fairgrounds in Longmont. I think that one is free.
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I worked out an arrangement with a local Waste Management branch who provide/service portable toilets. They suck out the waste, rinse and sanitize--all I have to do is drop it off before work and pay $10.00 per tank.

Worth every penny.
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"the best place to clean out your goover is": Down the sewer please.

"If this does not exsist then let show our support for the brave sole that will open this business". Are you really that afraid to get a little shit on your hands?

A little editorial comment here. Please learn the basics of wildnerness travel and "Leave No Trace Ethics", as a hole, we will all benefit from your responsible disposal of your groups dung. nuff said?
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The RV place in Golden worked out great. $5 and very easy. Don't see what the big deal is. Thanks everyone.
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