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Old 07-01-2016, 11:14 AM   #15
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Every year on the ocean in Maine - just need an additional 50 amp cord to reach the box.

Views are worth the inconvenience!

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If the next door neighbor was a friend/family we would in order to share the common area as noted above. As for the view, I should be able to see it just fine from my chair under the awning. I do appreciate a little privacy while camping.
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You mean like this first pic ? so your view out the front windows is like the 2nd pic looking down at the treetops ?
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Old 07-01-2016, 11:58 AM   #18
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It seems that others once they saw me parked differently went into the office and asked it they could also do the same to get a better view of the local mountains.
Those are arbitrary rules that drive me crazy! They've got a park full of paying customers who WANT to enjoy a view - yet insist on conformity for gawd knows what reason. Having dealt with that mindset for much of my working life because I didn't have much choice - I'm happy to avail myself of the first available turnaround and move on down the road now that I don't have to!!!
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Will do it and have done it for the view and for facing friends. We carry extra hose and a 35 foot 50 amp extension.
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Will do it and have done it for the view and for facing friends. We carry extra hose and a 35 foot 50 amp extension.
I've always called those buddy sites. 2 'buddies' camping next to each other would like to have their doors facing each other and use the 'common area'. We request 'buddies sites' when ever we are traveling with another family or friends. Some CG are set up for that and you don't need utility extensions. Other times you need the extra hose and cord.
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Cajun Palms near Lafayette, La. has those buddy sites for two and a few with 3 sites in a triangle with gazebos in the middle ...

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