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Old 08-08-2011, 10:43 AM   #15
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I have not seen a 5 yr old rule either. I have seen plenty of 10 year old rules. When I called the CG operators said either send a picture or bring it in to be inspected. A very nice place I inquired about had the 10 year rule and the nightly camp ground was $60. I was also told that I would need to double bag my dogs "solid waste" too. She did say I could send a picture. The campgroung was a very nice one with all the amenities but there was one in the same area for $40 a night with everything but concrete pads.

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Old 08-08-2011, 04:44 PM   #16
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If an owner has a neat appearing RV, I would challenge most any campground owner to discern the year. Appearances, as we all know, can be deceiving, and I believe that it is the overall condition of the RV, rather than the year (they are not mutually exclusive in my opinion) that determines whether the RV is acceptable or not.


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Old 08-08-2011, 05:40 PM   #17
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I find that half the fun of going around the CG to see the older rigs. If they want there CG to look a certain way thats there business they won't get my business being like that however.
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Old 08-08-2011, 05:51 PM   #18
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I have never been asked the age of my RV, but as you drive into the park the clerk will take a look to see if presentable.

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Originally Posted by bdpreece View Post
.. A homeless rv'r is one step above living under the overpass and who is only looking for a cheap place to crash for the night...
Hummm...like staying at a Walmart overnight
I have meet a few kids (hippies) who travel and live that lifestyle by choice...They are not homeless, they are not drug addicts, they are not rich. They are working there way across America one odd job at a time. They live in a beat up RV's.. Stay mostly in beat up campgrounds. But have been some of the nicest people I've meet. Peace..D
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"Homeless" is often defined as "No stick built address" or NO fixed address.. A person living in a 300,000 dollar 40' diesel pusher traveling from 80 dollar a night to 80 dollar a night KOA parks and paying cash all the way is thus.... Homeless, by law. And entitled to "Homneless" benefits.

Ok... If you understand how governments think.. it makes sense. After 25 years of telling cops where to go for a living.. I kind of understand how my bosses think.

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