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Old 02-18-2011, 12:25 PM   #127
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We camp once a month at Leo Carillo State Beach. There is always partying going on. I have to admit that I do enjoy hearing people having a good time. Just as long as they are not invading my space, which they never have. It's the same at home. If someone in the neigborhood is having a party, I will open the window when I go to bed so that I can hear them. Campfires, laughing, singing, drinking, into the wee hours is what you get camping in a campground that is open to all ages. I hope I never get so old that I look forward to camping with a bunch of old farts talking about their meds and latest operation and the good old days.
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Old 02-18-2011, 12:25 PM   #128
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Old 02-18-2011, 05:35 PM   #129
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I agree chuck Hey did I ever show you the scar from my knee replacement surgery.
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Old 02-19-2011, 12:25 AM   #130
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I agree chuck Hey did I ever show you the scar from my knee replacement surgery.
Next time I see you I want to go over my meds. Love to see your scar. Did I mention how well Uncle Sam Laxative cereal works. Really spruces up the old colon .
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Next time I see you I want to go over my meds. Love to see your scar. Did I mention how well Uncle Sam Laxative cereal works. Really spruces up the old colon .
That's it .... Prescription Lists at three paces
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change the wording so it appears as new story it gets to a point where u can tell other peoples tales for them also one thing wrong with common sence not to common I take this approach mind over matter/no mind no matter


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To get these back on track:

How about the 25 year old hottie that runs around the campground in a skimpy bathing suite.
Shame; Shame; Shame.
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Old 02-20-2011, 08:53 AM   #134
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To get these back on track:

How about the 25 year old hottie that runs around the campground in a skimpy bathing suite.
Nice going eh?

Where, what campground, what time of year,
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How about the 25 year old hottie that runs around the campground in a skimpy bathing suite.
Shame; Shame; Shame.
That is poor campground etiquette, those instances need to be photo documented.
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Well what about the nude area in Quartzsite. No looking please.
Photo's there OH NO!!
Just look on line at the book store owner.

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It all comes down to ""COMMON COURTESY". No matter if it's about a dog issue, late night campfires, fellow campers cutting thru your site, we all have to get along. That is why I choose my sites very carefully, and why we do state parks mostly. I'll try to reserve a site that has a buffer zone between sites.

So far the many years we have RV'ed there have only been a few sleepless nights......actually it's interesting listening to drunk collage kids....especially if their in tents and it rains overnight.
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I was walking back to my RV from the public showers at our CG three weeks ago as the weather was below zero and I did not want to chance freezing my drains. Our neighbors dog held me to a standstill in the middle of the road freezing for almost an hour before he came out to check his dog. The whole time the dog kept trying to get past my carry bag I held between me and the dog. He would have bit me otherwise, and I really did not want to hurt this very determined dog.

A lady saw everything and just yacked on her phone indoors watching the whole time grrrr.

The dog has sense been on a leash when outside. I have had a cold ever since.
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Our neighbors dog held me to a standstill in the middle of the road freezing for almost an hour before he came out to check his dog.
Your neighbor should have been told to leave the campground.
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