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Old 10-29-2011, 06:18 PM   #3011
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But the Wal*Mart parking lot is where my 'fridge is! They can't see it, there!
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She's the Security System...
And a very effective one, as you can see by all the empty space around Camp Cheapskate Headquarters.
She Patrols the Perimeter established by her 20 ft. Lifeline.
Here she is securing the other side: Attachment 15136

Moments before I got this picture, she repelled an attempted invasion by a 2012 Prevost.
They won't try THAT again, believe you me...

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If you buy the riff raff some beer, they might leave WM campers alone.
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Old 10-29-2011, 09:03 PM   #3014
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.Most stop to relax and by supply's or supper etc.before traveling on to there $30 spots( Like the$10 for my stay's) and it has nothing to not being able to afford,now I will say to charge one $30 for say 6-8 hours to REST after driving 400-450 miles is a little bit Greedy!So come on down Roy and get in on the fun,I bet you will spend more than the $30.
So you pull in for supplies or makings for supper and just never get around to leaving until the next morning?
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RoyM, If you don't like the idea of staying overnight at a WM, don't do it. Just stop trying to make other RVers feel guilty for doing it.
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So you pull in for supplies or makings for supper and just never get around to leaving until the next morning?


That's me all over!

Shop 'til you drop...and it's so convenient when your "dropping place" is right out there in the lot!

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What's even nicer is to find an All-Nite Walmart. You can make several trips and what I like best is there is hardly anybody in there at 2:30 AM. The bad part is those 101 things to do at a Walmart don't get quite the same results.
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She's the Security System...
And a very effective one, as you can see by all the empty space around Camp Cheapskate Headquarters.
She Patrols the Perimeter established by her 20 ft. Lifeline.
Here she is securing the other side: Attachment 15136

Moments before I got this picture, she repelled an attempted invasion by a 2012 Prevost.
They won't try THAT again, believe you me...

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So for her, it's the Walmart Barking Lot, eh?
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So for her, it's the Walmart Barking Lot, eh?
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I was in our local Walmart yesterday and they are all stocked up on snow shovels and winter wear.

I don't believe I've ever saw snow shovels at our local Wal*Mart......
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RoyM, If you don't like the idea of staying overnight at a WM, don't do it. Just stop trying to make other RVers feel guilty for doing it.

Dunner,Roy M doesn't make feel a bit guilty staying over night a few hours at Wal Mart,they allow it and after 44 years of Marriage and Wal Mart always in my wifes shopping schedule and a lot of $ spent there,Heck No I dont feel guilty!
Now I will say I wish WM carried more USA product,but we the buyer's demand they sell products cheaper and they get them where it is less costly.
P.S.I haven't stay at WM but 5 or 6 times over 4 years,but nice to know there there.
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I don't believe I've ever saw snow shovels at our local Wal*Mart......
None at Mine's either!
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Here in Texas Central East if it Snows that much we just stay in side it will be gone soon.

Had to edit forgot to say Our Wal Mart doesn't sell Snow Shovels,but could buy Shovel for poop scupping.
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I used the shovel thing to get this back on track, so what ever your scooping check out the Walmart display of shovels. I guess WM stocks whatever sells in a particular area.
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