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Old 11-10-2013, 07:08 PM   #57
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Originally Posted by fansill View Post

This just illustrates that we can agree to disagree. I run my gennie when I need to...WHEN I NEED TO!!!! That means that I need it. Maybe I need it to run my micro, my AC or even hubby's C-Pap machine, but whatever I need to do...I will do it because it is my RV and my gennie. I try to be respectful of my neighbors but if there are no rules that tell me to respect "quiet hours", well it is my world too..!!!!

If I do not like the neighbor's noise, I will move...and maybe they should do that if they do not like my noise.

As for parking at Wally World....If I need a place to pull off the road and sleep, I will do so if they graciously allow me to...but I would never slam a neighbor...be it a trucker or a fellow RV'er if they are parked there and they want to host an "Elephant Party"... We are staying there free and we should be glad that we have a place to pull the rolling tin can off the highway for a few hours...

If you want peace and quiet....stay in your own driveway and call the cops if the neighbors are making too much noise....!!!!

Much too much agravation about this...!!!!

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Old 11-10-2013, 07:22 PM   #58
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Originally Posted by njs42 View Post
Generators, I guess some people smokim if they gottem whether necessary or not.
Lots of interesting opinions here but this one probably says it best . . . some people find it easier to flip a switch rather than manage resources.

Ignorance is bliss and they're freakin' happy!

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Old 11-10-2013, 07:25 PM   #59
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Yes, most motorhomes are totally electric with heat and cooking being the typical exceptions. My coach is has diesel heat for an alternative to electric heated water and interior heat. I have 6 8D house batteries, so I don't have to run the generator unless I want air conditioning. If I need or want to run the air, I'll look for a CG. My generator is extremely quiet, but I don't like running over night.

Most dry camping events, like NASCAR races or the Alberqurque Ballon Frst, have generator quiet hours. Given you didn't pay anything to stay at a WM, truck stop, or rest stop, you get what you pay for. I suppose you could just move.
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Old 11-10-2013, 07:45 PM   #60
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We seem to be straying from the original topic.

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