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Old 07-13-2010, 08:39 PM   #477
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The definition of an RVer is "Someone driving a $500,000 motorhome, looking for a free place to park"
Well I dont drive a $500,000RV and I did and will stay at Wal Mart when and where they allow!we've spent over the last 43 years of marriage at Wal Mart maga bucks$$$$ and continue to use them and Big sister Sams.

The Wal mart at Cody Wyoming was great last night untill we got our paid for site for the next 9 night Thanks Wally World and if you paid $500,00 for a RV fine with me!
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Wal-Mart says in their training that the average customer will spend $200,000 at Wal-Mart in their lifetime and to treat each one like that. My wife is way ahead of the pace.
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We love Walmarts......We thank them each time we stay, and usually manage to make a purchase when we are there.
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I think he owns a campground next to a Walmart
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Old 07-14-2010, 12:28 AM   #482
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I believe there is a little restaraunt that serves a good breaky right behind your rig if thats the Walmart im thinking you are at.
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As a potential fulltimer I find the info regarding Walmart Camping very interesting. ANY information I can get from this site is helpful to those of us that know nothing. So thank you! BTW, do you need a more expensive rig to stay at a SUPER WALMART??
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You don't need a more expensive rig but you usually end up spending more at the Super Walmart versus the normal Walmart.

The wife and I are going shoplifting today at the Super Walmart without the rig.

I will be sure to thank them in advance!

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Have you noticed that there are regular Walmarts, Super Walmarts, and Oh My God is this place Huge Walmarts?

Found one of the monster ones in the Port Charlotte Fl area last winter.
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You don't need a more expensive rig but you usually end up spending more at the Super Walmart versus the normal Walmart.

The wife and I are going shoplifting today at the Super Walmart without the rig.

I will be sure to thank them in advance!

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Have you noticed that there are regular Walmarts, Super Walmarts, and Oh My God is this place Huge Walmarts?

Found one of the monster ones in the Port Charlotte Fl area last winter.

SHOPLIFTING today at Walmart!, Going to take anything in particular, or just stuff in general.

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As a potential fulltimer I find the info regarding Walmart Camping very interesting. ANY information I can get from this site is helpful to those of us that know nothing. So thank you! BTW, do you need a more expensive rig to stay at a SUPER WALMART??

Try parking AWAY from the sleeping truckers with their engines running, otherwise you'll hear:

DUH DUH DUH, WANG WANG WANG, DUH DUH DUH, WANG WANG WANG, HOOP HOOP HOOP, PSSST, DUH DUH DUH, WANG WANG WANG, DUH DUH DUH, WANG WANG WANG, HOOP HOOP HOOP, PSSST, DUH DUH DUH, WANG WANG WANG, DUH DUH DUH, WANG WANG WANG, HOOP HOOP HOOP, PSSST, DUH DUH DUH, WANG WANG WANG, DUH DUH DUH, WANG WANG WANG, HOOP HOOP HOOP, PSSST

all through the night. Seriously. Your results may vary.
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As a potential fulltimer I find the info regarding Walmart Camping very interesting. ANY information I can get from this site is helpful to those of us that know nothing. So thank you! BTW, do you need a more expensive rig to stay at a SUPER WALMART??
Naw, at our local Super Wally, which is not close to any freeway exits, I've seen Prevost and even an old 17' Aristocrat LoLiner. Haven't seen a Tent Trailer yet.
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It's nice to know that Wally World doesn't discriminate against RV's due to age or pedigree! They even allow skoolies!
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As a potential fulltimer I find the info regarding Walmart Camping very interesting. ANY information I can get from this site is helpful to those of us that know nothing. So thank you! BTW, do you need a more expensive rig to stay at a SUPER WALMART??
Tell the manager the value of your rig and depending on your status he may send you down the road to K mart.
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........BTW, do you need a more expensive rig to stay at a SUPER WALMART??
Yes, a $500K one!!! LOL!

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