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Old 06-29-2013, 02:21 PM   #225
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All I need to know is "Do you have a clue?"

My DW seems to think all my internet friends are "clueless" so if you do have one I can prove her wrong.

I'd love, just once, to prove her wrong.
You are in luck. Show her this proof.
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Old 06-29-2013, 02:54 PM   #226
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Wow I can't believe I read the whole thread.
My head hurts , I hate weekend campers now
and pet owners.
I think I'M going to go get drunk and go out after dark
see how that works out! Do I have to put on my batman outfit?
Blow up Doll what a mental picture.. The young lady in night clothes heck with breakfast.
Hey DW I'M going bird watching, right!

Great subject what was it again?
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Old 06-29-2013, 03:33 PM   #227
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mine two - i stand there looking and wondering who that old guy is and why is he looking at me.
who hit fast forward?
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The Baddest Campground Behavior is the thief. The ones who steal your piece of mind. The Bestest Campground Behavior is the mediator. The ones who can see all sides and help each see the other's side. So maybe the dog's droppings are out of reach for the owner, maybe the kids running wild, live in a small apartment, maybe the rude neighbor has no friends to learn compassion from. Why should we all have to complain, why not just realize this too shall pass, and it will make a good story.
That being said, I do have a complaint, I got athlete's foot from a campground shower that sparkled. This was as clean as any I have ever been in, but my foot started itching like crazy, and it took me over a day to figure it out. Now that is crazy bad.
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We just spent a week at Poole Knobs in TN. There was so doggy poop anywhere and the kids, plenty of them, were well behaved. In fact I don't think I've ever seen so many kids there like last weekend. The only bad behavior was the morons who SPEED through the curvy CG road.... full of kids on bikes, kids jumping rope and drawing with chalk on the road, kids walking small dogs etc. I guess it'll take a few children getting killed before the speed limit is enforced there. But then again, who is going to enforce it? The Host isn't the police and it's not their job.
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That being said, I do have a complaint, I got athlete's foot from a campground shower that sparkled. This was as clean as any I have ever been in, but my foot started itching like crazy, and it took me over a day to figure it out. Now that is crazy bad.
yeah that is bad ... and just another reason for us, that we choose to use the facilities in our motorhome. I have used a couple of campground showers, and when I do make sure that my shower supplies include a portable shower deck and my comfy crocs.



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All I need to know is "Do you have a clue?"

My DW seems to think all my internet friends are "clueless" so if you do have one I can prove her wrong.

I'd love, just once, to prove her wrong.
My favorite t-shirt to wear with DW beside me...

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Your a brave man! I stood up once and now limp...
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Wow, the Gunga Dinn of Florida!

It's been nice knowing yuh!
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Just got back from a week at Ocean Lakes and a couple days at the State Park.

I'm not a big fan of Ocean Lakes, but the kids like it. I did find the behaviors at the State Park much more to my liking.

I don't mind people making noise and kids running around, etc., but I do wish people would teach their kids some campground "etiquette". Don't cut across peoples campsites. Don't bounce your ball against somebody's RV. Be respectful of quiet hours. Don't walk in front of RV's on the road. Obey the same rules as cars on your golf cart.
Stuff like that.

As usual, I met/saw alot more people at the state park. As so many were in tents, pop-ups and small campers, they are forced to spend time outside. So that was more pleasant than the park with people cooped up in their giant shiny RV's.

It was oppressively hot and humid this last week though. Many times I was on my last nerve, but somehow, I kept it together!
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We would camp in Teddy Roosevelt NP on weekends to get out of our 23' apartment. We had to take this one site with a well beaten path to the potty house right past our picnic table and camper. There was a designated trail to the biffy not that far. So it was flashlights all night long going through our campsite. Pee in the grass people. No one is going to see you. Besides, don't you know something might eat you on the way to the bathroom.
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. Pee in the grass people. No one is going to see you. Besides, don't you know something might eat you on the way to the bathroom.
Are you asking these same people who won't pick up their dog poop to pee in the grass too!!!!

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We spent the last four days at a CG near Birmingham, AL. I watched the guy across the road from me take out his dog on a leash and go to his neighbor's yard for the dog to poop! I am amazed at the nerve of some people!
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We spent the last four days at a CG near Birmingham, AL. I watched the guy across the road from me take out his dog on a leash and go to his neighbor's yard for the dog to poop! I am amazed at the nerve of some people!
The guy next to me brought his dog onto "our grass" and did the same thing WHILE we were in the coach! They were hooked up and ready to roll - before I could say anything, they were off. And across from us the folks would open the door - let the dog go down the stairs and it would do its business right in front of their door. At least both dogs were on a leash at the time.... Dogs can be trained to do many things - some people are just plain untrainable.
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