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Old 09-03-2015, 08:42 PM   #29
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John Boy....the 10/10/10 was not my rating, but the rating Rayford Village earned through Good Sam. They are consistently rated one of the highest parks on every RV Rating website out there. As far as what I'm accustomed too.....you do not have a clue. Read some of my previous posts. I much prefer exclusive Class A only resorts.....you won't catch me in COE parks or State or National Parks. I prefer that my down time be spent away from the trailer trash that stays in those parks in their travel trailers and 5th wheels being pulled by a mosquito killing Dodge diesel. I have no problem paying $200 a night for a nice private park.
Wow sounds like someone is on their high horse this evening.

Settle down there before you blow a vien.
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.....you won't catch me in COE parks or State or National Parks. I prefer that my down time be spent away from the trailer trash that stays in those parks in their travel trailers and 5th wheels being pulled by a mosquito killing Dodge diesel. I have no problem paying $200 a night for a nice private park.
Some people have more money than brains or appropriate opinions. While I don't know how you came to develop opinions about such nasties as COE parks, I'm developing (on my own) an opinion about your tastes.

There are a few people on this planet that both have the money to do what they want, and have the roots to like normal things, and not aspire to being in a ritzy-titzy paradise.

I'm no expert on the subject, but my several COE experiences have been...waterfront...pull-through...no neighbors within 200'. How's that compare?
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Wow sounds like someone is on their high horse this evening.

Settle down there before you blow a vien.

ROFL. You sent the message a whole lot better than I did.
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Some people have more money than brains or appropriate opinions. While I don't know how you came to develop opinions about such nasties as COE parks, I'm developing (on my own) an opinion about your tastes.

There are a few people on this planet that both have the money to do what they want, and have the roots to like normal things, and not aspire to being in a ritzy-titzy paradise.

I'm no expert on the subject, but my several COE experiences have been...waterfront...pull-through...no neighbors within 200'. How's that compare?
I like how you said it.

Believe me I had to back space a couple of times of what I really wanted to say
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I much prefer exclusive Class A only resorts.....you won't catch me in COE parks or State or National Parks. I prefer that my down time be spent away from the trailer trash that stays in those parks in their travel trailers and 5th wheels being pulled by a mosquito killing Dodge diesel. I have no problem paying $200 a night for a nice private park.
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I camp almost exclusively at COE,State and Federal parks. I am a veteran,a business owner and the Mayor of a small town in Pa and just because I don't choose to stay in a resort type campground does not make me or anyone else that stays in public facilities trailer trash.
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Well that about sums up this subject
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How low is this group going to go with this! It is appalling reading some of the post here! Look like iRV2 is going down hill fast.
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How low is this group going to go with this! It is appalling reading some of the post here! Look like iRV2 is going down hill fast.

Agree, I will just hit my Unsubscribe Button now.....
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John Boy....the 10/10/10 was not my rating, but the rating Rayford Village earned through Good Sam. They are consistently rated one of the highest parks on every RV Rating website out there. As far as what I'm accustomed too.....you do not have a clue. Read some of my previous posts. I much prefer exclusive Class A only resorts.....you won't catch me in COE parks or State or National Parks. I prefer that my down time be spent away from the trailer trash that stays in those parks in their travel trailers and 5th wheels being pulled by a mosquito killing Dodge diesel. I have no problem paying $200 a night for a nice private park. (Mod edit)

Pretty Snooty for somebody who evidently can't afford a top of their line coach !
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If you are invited to a pool party at your neighbor's and find the neighbor's hired help were pissing in the pool and you complain about it to the other neighbors, do you really expect to be invited back? Would you really want to go back?

I also think the OP should file a claim with their insurer and let them subrogate against the gardeners. The campground may have some liability if they knew previously of similar problems but kept the gardeners anyway.
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It's time to move on. This thread has turned personal which is not allowed here as per our Community Rules.
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