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Old 04-14-2014, 04:53 PM   #29
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I think that this is the exception and not the rule. If every once in a while someone walks through my site I would chalk it up to either inexperience or ignorance and forget it. I certainly wouldn't let it ruin my weekend or vacation.

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Old 04-14-2014, 08:12 PM   #30
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I dont give a bugs patoot who walks thru my site. I could maybe change the tude of one or two, but never the entire camping public.

There aint gonna be no total solution to the "camp ettiquette" rule breakers nor effective enforcement or global training programs. Got that?

Sometimes ya just gotta let stuff go or it will ruin yer whole camping experience.

Now, doggie doo-doo and yappin and going unleashed is another matter altogether, even though there aint no way to fix that for good either.

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Old 04-15-2014, 10:13 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by luckyd View Post
We were sitting outside having lunch when a young boy
ran through our site. He hit his head on the awning bar,
knocked him to the ground. I picked him up, asked him if he was OK,
and he ran off.
One hour later the police showed up with the boy and his dad.
The father wanted us charged for having our awning out without
"red flags" on it. The police officer obviously was a camper, and
tried to reason with the guy. All he could say was that he was going
to sue us.
Never heard any more about it, but sure left us wondering what
has happened in this world.
Should have put the "red flag" on the boys head!

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