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Old 01-29-2012, 12:27 AM   #3683
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Someday we're going to overnight at Walmart...just to share the experience. I figure I haven't really "RVd" until I've stayed at Walmart.
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Old 01-29-2012, 12:42 AM   #3684
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Mochisme, you're wearing out your keyboard typing the same thing that has already been covered in over 100 post in 261 pages. Some will WM and some won't and you will never change their mind. It's still fun to read though.
OMG this an outstanding example of the Pot calling the kettle Black...
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Shame on that pot. He should know that the kettle was stainless steel. Let's not get too snippy. The nice thing about camping is, you can camp in a $20 Wal Mart tent or a $500,000 Provost. It's all good. You can stay in A WM lot or right next to the ocean. It's all good. This is a Wal Mart thread. Get over it. Is there anybody on this tread who spends every night on the road at WM, or does everybody who uses WM only use it when needed an convenient.

I do disagree with one comment. I stay at Wm for convenience AND to save money. I had no problem spending $$$$$ for a 40 ft Motor home. I thought it was worth it. At least to me. I dislike driving out of my way, on unknown roads to spend $40 to go to sleep. Wal Mart is free and convenient. My choice. But for the sake of argument, I have never seen a campground that sold roasted chicken.
HEY PEOPLE!!!! This is a Wal Mart Camping thread. Will all the naysayers please go elsewhere, so us Wallydockers, Walcampers, WalMartians, and chicken lovers can exchange ideas.

Why did the chicken cross the road? To get away from Sam Walton.

Anybody know how to get out of Grand Juty duty? I have GJ every friday for 6 months. I'm having Wallydocking separation anxiety. The MH is parked until May.
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Shame on that pot. He should know that the kettle was stainless steel. Let's not get too snippy. The nice thing about camping is, you can camp in a $20 Wal Mart tent or a $500,000 Provost. It's all good. You can stay in A WM lot or right next to the ocean. It's all good. This is a Wal Mart thread. Get over it. Is there anybody on this tread who spends every night on the road at WM, or does everybody who uses WM only use it when needed an convenient.

I do disagree with one comment. I stay at Wm for convenience AND to save money. I had no problem spending $$$$$ for a 40 ft Motor home. I thought it was worth it. At least to me. I dislike driving out of my way, on unknown roads to spend $40 to go to sleep. Wal Mart is free and convenient. My choice. But for the sake of argument, I have never seen a campground that sold roasted chicken.
HEY PEOPLE!!!! This is a Wal Mart Camping thread. Will all the naysayers please go elsewhere, so us Wallydockers, Walcampers, WalMartians, and chicken lovers can exchange ideas.

Why did the chicken cross the road? To get away from Sam Walton.

Anybody know how to get out of Grand Juty duty? I have GJ every friday for 6 months. I'm having Wallydocking separation anxiety. The MH is parked until May.
If you get sequestered, you may have WM chicken separation anxiety. Just tell 'em to hurry up and get those guilty *********** in there so you can get back to WM!
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Look what the Mars rover found! Plenty of parking too!

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Who sys WM isn't classy?

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Convince the GJ that you are insane. That shouldn't be too hard.
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Now I see its about excuses I don't want the hassle of making reservation,
I don't want to worry about check in times I don't want to deal with there
rules don't want to go down a road I don't know, campgrounds don't have

chicken to give you when you park it's convenance, it's to hard to set up camp for one night.
So don't use excuses ,you stay at WM because you like chicken.
By the way there is a thing called Google Earth if you have a pc or laptop
and most people do you can check the roads before you drive on them
But really have a great time at your overnight stay at WM.
we all have fun camping no matter where we camp
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Saw an interesting bumper sticker "Support Communism - Shop Walmart"
Sadly, that's not entirely accurate anymore. It should basically read "Support Communism - Shop anywhere" since very little is made in our country anymore.
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Look what the Mars rover found! Plenty of parking too!


Just think how much fuel it would take to get there.

But I bet the view is out of this world
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Is that the "Face of Mars" is see in the background?
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If you take your rail you could go and see quickly!
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If I kicked in the nitrous, I would over-shoot.... but there are more than one Wal*mart.
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