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Old 01-28-2014, 12:24 PM   #57
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Claymore mines are probably over the top, maybe Bear Traps placed in strategic positions or you could just ask nicely and pass out candy to the kids and a beer to me, ahh I mean a beer to the adult trespassers.
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Old 01-28-2014, 12:27 PM   #58
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Make a small sign on a stake with a picture of a big dog and place it close to the front of the site in the grass. Then get one of those dog stakes that screw in the ground and attach a big chain. Run the chain under the Motor Home/RV behind a wheel. Wait until they come around then go outside and kneel down like you are talking to dog and say "Stay Brutus" "Stay" "Good Dog".
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Old 01-28-2014, 12:48 PM   #59
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Make a small sign on a stake with a picture of a big dog and place it close to the front of the site in the grass. Then get one of those dog stakes that screw in the ground and attach a big chain. Run the chain under the Motor Home/RV behind a wheel. Wait until they come around then go outside and kneel down like you are talking to dog and say "Stay Brutus" "Stay" "Good Dog".
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Usually, by reply #5 or 6, these topics have run their course.
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Old 01-28-2014, 01:05 PM   #60
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This is really a pet peeve of mine. I rent the space, and expect people to respect it and not walk through it. I would have to talk to the folks about it, otherwise my stay is ruined. I find if handled properly, people will respond accordingly. If not, then I would go to the CG owners.
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Old 01-28-2014, 02:58 PM   #61
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The OP said: "this group walked through our camp site daily, not on the perimeter, actually under our canopy. Both children and adults did this".

In any case, "trespassing people" are far less annoying than barking "poop machines".... (especially those left for hours in an RV by people who refuse to believe that they barked constantly while unattended).

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The poster or 2 before me asked if walking through an unoccupied site is OK. I threw in my .02. I should have quoted him to avoid the confusion.
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