Originally Posted by richardcoxid
When “Boondocking” I feel as safe or more safe as I do at home! Why?
At home- Hedges, Shrubs Flowers close to the windows to hide behind, some of the window sill height is low, 36” entry door that opens inward.
RV- open (clear) area around RV and under security light. Lowest window sill height is 42” Pretty difficult to climb into plus they will have to climb over 2 recliners. 24” entry door that opens outward. Pretty difficult to PUSH in. Plus you have to step off the step before opening the door all the way.
We have a next door widow lady that has the answer- She went our local Army surplus store and bought a well used pair of size 13-14 Paratrooper boots, a length of light weight chain (I drug it behind my car to break up the plating so it would rust) with a snap lock on the end and a dog watering bowl from a neighbor that had been chewed on by their dog.
When she pulls into a Wally World etc. she picks out a spot under a security light, places the boots outside next to the steps with the dog watering bowl and chain attached to the steps and goes to bed!
Would be enough to send me looking for easier pickings.
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