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Old 09-05-2011, 07:40 PM   #113
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Originally Posted by wildtoad
I don't see myself stopping at a "Class A" only establishement. I mostly stay at state parks and from time to time at KOA's both of which take all comers. However, if a private business wants to cater to 40' (Plus) DP's as an example fine. It's his business and if he can make a go of it more power to him. I can also understand that someone who paid $500k or more for a nice mh may not want to park next to a beatup rattle trap or even a brand sparkling new pop-up camper. Limiting entry is no different than fine restaurants establishing a dress and conduct code. If you want a nice quiet dinner to celebrate a big anniversary you may not want to sit next to a table of tank topped construction workers who just came in from working all day in 90 degree temps. Note: Nothing against the latter group of folks (been there).
I have a rather nice rig and I have no objection to parking next to anyone from tenters and up.

My only wish of neighbors is that they are friendly.

I didn't buy the rig to show off, bought it for comfort and hopefully convince DW to go full time.

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