If you were listening to the Moose Morning Show yesterday (6-8-2020), then you heard me tell the tale of my minor mishap at Beaver Brook Campground. Long story short, I ended up spilling some (gallons) of my black tank waste all over the ground at the septic station out of my buddy's borrowed portable tank.

As embarrassing as that was, I'm glad I got it off my chest. I don't ever want to be that guy that hides from my mistakes and tries to pretend like it didn't happen. Because it did. I will yell it from the rooftops if I have to. "I SPILLED MY FAMILY'S POO-DUNG ALL OVER THE GROUND!" There, doesn't that feel better?

When I came into work this morning, I went through my normal routine of getting some things done in the studio, then moving into my office to work on our website, then heading to the kitchen to make my first cup of coffee. What can I say, I'm a creature of habit!

Well, as I'm walking to the kitchen I have to pass by the lobby, which at this particular time of day is dark (the lights are off and the sun hasn't crested the horizon yet). Well, as I'm going through the lobby into the kitchen I noticed this big object on the floor. What the heck could this be? So I went over and turned the lobby lights on and I couldn't even believe it. Less than 24 hours after telling the crazy story about my fecal waste, there is a brand-new Rhino 28-gallon portable RV waste tank sitting here at 92 Moose.

Well, as it turns out, this wasn't just a crazy coincidence! Yesterday, after I had left the office, Shane and the crew from Central Maine RV Rescue came by and dropped this thing off for me! I can't even believe it.. How incredibly nice of them. In a world where we are continually hearing about bad things happening everywhere, there are still incredibly good deeds happening around us- and this is a perfect example.

I never go on the air and tell my life's crazy stories with the expectation that anyone is going to hear it and give me "free stuff". So when these things do happen, it is so amazingly special. I would urge all my readers to like Central Maine RV Rescue on Facebook. And, if you're in need of any kind of rescue, contact Shane and his crew.

Now, I know this sounds kind of weird, but I can't wait to try this thing out!

 

 

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