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Old 09-10-2020, 04:28 PM   #1
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Default Public service announcement - Glendale

Just to let everyone know there are public restrooms at the Glendale docks. No need to drain the lizard standing at the tree line at the upper parking lot, as I saw this evening.


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Old 09-10-2020, 04:34 PM   #2
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Just to let everyone know there are public restrooms at the Glendale docks. No need to drain the lizard standing at the tree line at the upper parking lot, as I saw this evening.


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Unless, of course, it's early or late in the season when the facilities are closed. The treeline looks pretty inviting at that point!

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Old 09-10-2020, 04:35 PM   #3
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Just to let everyone know there are public restrooms at the Glendale docks. No need to drain the lizard standing at the tree line at the upper parking lot, as I saw this evening.


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What if ya gotta bail the canoe? That acceptable?!

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Now thats funny,,,

Last time I heard that phrase was in the 80's

Oh, and agreed, no need to display the equipment in public when taxpayers have generously paid for public facilities!

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Old 09-10-2020, 06:00 PM   #5
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Now thats funny,,,

Last time I heard that phrase was in the 80's

Oh, and agreed, not need to display the equipment in public when taxpayers have generously paid for public facilities!
I think the urinal should carry a plaque with my name on it!

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Just to let everyone know there are public restrooms at the Glendale docks. No need to drain the lizard standing at the tree line at the upper parking lot, as I saw this evening.


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Probably the same guy I saw drain the pain off the back of his Harris toon - 300 feet off our dock this weekend.
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"Lizard"???

I am deeply offended!

What do you have against reptiles?
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"Lizard"???

I am deeply offended!

What do you have against reptiles?
Lizard Lives Matter...could be a new movement...

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Probably the same guy I saw drain the pain off the back of his Harris toon - 300 feet off our dock this weekend.
Visible at 300 feet? Now, that's something to be proud of.
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Arrow 300'...That's Only The Width of Three Lots...

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Visible at 300 feet? Now, that's something to be proud of.
I've seen many more: last week included a woman and, later the same day, a "duo".

On this forum, I wrote here of an anchored, overnighting "visitor", 300' distant.

Unsnapping the cover from underneath, he finished his morning "toilet", including the brushing of teeth. A few hours after leaving, other "visitors" were dragging tubes carrying grandchildren across the surface there.

While it's good the lake is large and has a relatively short season, the sheer weight of "visitor-behavior" is overwhelming its allure.
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