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    Senior Robin Hood Guy Ian Gills's Avatar
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    I have just got back from a vacation in Key West before I leave on another plane tomorrow for a week's work in Lesotho, a poor country in Southern Africa.

    I am taking my camera to Lesotho to take some shots of any plumbing I see there while I do my day job.

    But before I even get there, I was shocked at the state of some of the plumbing I saw on vacation in Key West.

    Don't get me wrong, I always try to book hotels that have good toilets. The one in our suite was OK, with a good flush but not as strong as my Cadet 3 at home. But no complaints, the little thing did try its best, but I have high expectations, American Standard expectations. Can you see it in the corner?

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    But when we stepped out onto the beach, it was a different story.

    The view was nice.

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    But this in a public restroom absolutely ruined the vacation.

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    So be warned! South East plumbing sucks!
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    Plumbing Contractor C NUMB's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Gills View Post

    The view was nice.

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    Thats(The pic) what its all about down there, you need to overlook the wrong, its everywhere on that island!!

    Ian, wish you a safe trip, look forward to those shots in Africa.
    I'd Rather Be FISHIN'

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    If you want to see some original plumbing, visit the old fort in Key West where the "facility" is a long row of seats over a trench that is tide-washed a couple of times each day. And of course, be sure to take a stroll past houseboat row ...

    "Life's a breeze in the Florida Keys!"
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