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Old 08-06-2013, 10:30 PM   #71
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I've camped from tent to trailer to very large Class A back to little trailer. I have seen no difference in the "personalities". In our large RV, we traveled. In my little trailer I travel and camp.

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Old 08-06-2013, 10:48 PM   #72
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How on earth did this thread go from the OP's personal observations about the differences between CG's and RV Parks to snide remarks and class discussions? We are all one in the same... Lovers of this beautiful and great country we are all so richly blessed to live in. How we individually chose to enjoy it is based on each individuals interest, financial ability, and or personal tastes. At the end of the day, we all enjoy the same beautiful scenery and who cares what another persons method or mode of transportation may be? If we put half the effort into kindness and being non-judgemental that we put into quick judgements and our eagerness to be combative or unkind, we could all find more in common than we take time to look for.

We are so blessed to live in this beautiful country and most RVers, or campers no matter where they stay or how they do it are a great bunch to be around. So lets focus on the journey. Once you realize the journey is your destination, you will learn to look at everything in life differently. It took me 65 years to learn that... My wish is that nobody else would take as long as I did. Happy Camping!


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