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Old 08-17-2014, 03:11 AM   #155
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That would keep me away!!! LOL

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Old 08-18-2014, 04:48 AM   #156
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Friendly Campers

I am friendly to everyone. Some of best camping trips have been because of the great people we have met along the way. We actually have camping (business) cards printed to give to our new found friends and we often e-mail back and forth. You know within minutes if this is a neighbour you would like to know better or not. If not you just don't let the conversation open up without being rude. I have met some really super people along the way.
I am Canadian and have traveled across all of the US and Canada. By far the most friendly people come from the north eastern US and the east coast of Canada. These areas are the best travel areas if you want to be made feel welcome. As well, they have Lobster. Nice people and Lobster, what else could you ask for?
RV'ers are social people for the most part. If you don't want to meet people, you can stay in the RV with your spouse. I have heard all of her stories at least 100 times. I love to hear new ones. Some may be B.S., but most are entertaining B.S. See Ya at the campground, and have some good entertaining stories. Maybe we will have a good Canadian beer and I will see if we can out B.S. each other.


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Old 08-19-2014, 12:18 PM   #157
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We've found in our travels that when we pull into our spot at a CG and we are parked among other transient RVer's most everyone is friendly and share their RV stories. But, if we're parked next to full timers and park models, the reception is much cooler. Probably because they see so many people come and go.
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Old 08-20-2014, 05:10 AM   #158
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We had a trip where my 13 y.o. son played some water games with a 11 y.o. boy who then proceeded to follow us and ride his bike by our campsite every 10 minutes for the next 2 days.
We tried everything we could up to the point where our son would run into our RV when we would see him coming by.
We felt horrible for doing so and finally gave in and 'adopted' the boy for the remainder of the stay. But smothering is an understatement.

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