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Old 01-05-2011, 05:23 PM   #15
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It is most amazeing to my when the word free pops up how peoples hearing just seems to get a lot better;;; Wallmart is an example; And when you look at the rigs parked there $250000.00 to $450000.+ rigs; Oh well thatis why they can afford that expancive rig they are to cheap to support a campground; I hope the campground associationGets togather and banns all muel Parking, of RV>s
Sam Walton and his family were campers. That is why we have the privilege. I guess I should go buy all our camping, auto, groceries, sporting goods, electronics and household goods at Nordstroms. Sorry, I thought the Walton family might appreciate our purchases when we stop over at one of their fine stores because there wasn't a decent RV park available.

Jeesh, sir. Get a life.


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Free is good.


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Old 01-21-2011, 10:29 PM   #17
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Just so everyone knows, National Forest camping is not FREE. The N.F. Chief Ranger and general ranger's salaries are PAID for by YOUR generous tax donations yearly. So you are paying to camp FREE. That being said there are some beautiful places to camp. Go to fs.fed.us/ and blm.gov and fws.gov.

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Darn, now you took all the fun out of it!
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Well, at least you are using what you paid for...
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Thanks for the post!

Were planning to go to the Grand Canyon this year.


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