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Old 05-10-2012, 07:43 AM   #15
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The oddest CG I stayed at had the water supply under the trailer. It was a new CG and the sites had been built up. It looked like they had ruffed in the water supply, hopefully it wasnt gonna be left the way I found it. I had to hold the extended PVC pipe down to back over it and crawl under the rig to hook up.
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Old 05-10-2012, 09:17 AM   #16
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I am thinking he means like this the / or \ are campsites, the > is the direction of travel and the ___ is the road.

>______/___/___/ That is backwards

>___\___]____\ is forwards (note the one in teh middle is either way).
Nope! Looks like your backward and forward are reversed!

I have been in some unusual situations. One place is Lunga Park, Quantico, VA. Parallel park, water faucet 35 feet towards the drivers front, sewer almost directly under utility compartment, and electric on passenger side just rear of the dually and the cord was just reaching it. And another with the electric forward of the front driver side. Glad I have an extension cord.
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Last summer we pulled into a CG(Havre RV Park)in the town of Havre, Montana because our reserved CG was flooded as were three others we stopped at. We barely could get to the site(parallel parking around a loop)because there was a hoard of kids on bikes and people had parked willy-nilly all over the place. Had to unhook the toad just to negotiate the narrow access road, the bugs were terrible and there was a stench coming from over the wall between the CG and the Railroad yard next door. We couldn't hook up to the utilities because they were on the wrong side and too far away...we gave up. Went to the office and got a refund on the credit card and spent our first night ever wally docking...it wasn't bad. Met a fellow camper that had just gotten back from AK and he came in and gave us some very useful pointers for our Alaska trip. It was like it was meant to be. Bob
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