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Old 07-30-2015, 09:15 PM   #1
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I'll Share if You Will

I read an article not long ago where hunters in the Northern US and Southern Canada would share their yard, barn, electric, etc., with hunters in the Southern US. In exchange the Northern hunters would go do South and use the Southern US hunting guys yard, barn, electric, etc.

Have any RV'ers, regardless if you are Class A, B, C, Fifthwheel, TT, etc., thought about sharing your areas in exchange for a area somewhere else?

The hunters didn't even pay anything. They met on line and shared info and had good times.

I know with the crazies out there that make anything dangerous but you might get a free vacation spot in a part of the country you want to visit and don't have to stay in a park.

Just an idea.
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Our HOA won't even let US park our RV at home. Dang.
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There is already a website called Boondockers Welcome. For 25 bucks a year, or less, you get access to a list of folks willing to let you park on their property. There are perks for placing your property on the list. You can save a lot of money with this resource, and it's already done you. All the best.

https://www.boondockerswelcome.com/
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I will not participate in anything like that. Way too many people who do not practice gun safety, or even know how to hunt. I have enough trouble from a nearby sub-division's residents who think my woods are a good backstop.
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I will not participate in anything like that. Way too many people who do not practice gun safety, or even know how to hunt. I have enough trouble from a nearby sub-division's residents who think my woods are a good backstop.
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Old 08-03-2015, 08:51 AM   #6
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We have allowed people we met during summer hosting jobs to park in or near our RV shed and use power and water. Not sure I would want to do this with 'just anyone' from an on-line contact. I suspect the percentage of nut cases who will sue or steal is about the same in the RV population as in the general population (maybe less for full timers )
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