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Old 05-05-2014, 01:53 PM   #15
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Barking, Yappy, Dogs with @#*& owners. I fixed most of that with a battery powered ANTI-BARK device, every time they bark it activates it and send a HIGH Ultra sound back at them. I can not understand why they cant teach there dogs not to bark without reason, we did.
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Barking, Yappy, Dogs with @#*& owners. I fixed most of that with a battery powered ANTI-BARK device, every time they bark it activates it and send a HIGH Ultra sound back at them. I can not understand why they cant teach there dogs not to bark without reason, we did.

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The dog owners that reward their dogs with treats after they try to bite us... just because we cut through their campsites with our screaming but very cute babies! You'd think they would offer us a cold one!

Actually... packing up and going home
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RV park planners who don't design pathways leading to service buildings forcing people to cut through other's spaces
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YEAH, all the above, especially the untrained/undisciplined pets and kids with NO respect for the privacy of other RVers - and that includes auditory privacy as well! We too finally picked up a top-of-the-line ultrasonic bark stoppers - they DO work, but unfortunately, not on bratty kids or their keepers...

BUT, the single BIG one, is fuel prices - 8mpg and well over $4 a gallon DOES influence longer travel wants or needs - and any RVers HERE unconcerned or indifferent to fuel costs are entirely free to send me a monthly supplement to our SS and investment income so WE TOO can become similarly indifferent...
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I hate love bugs. Why dont they call them hate bugs
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We don't full time either but the DW has decided that she does not want to travel in the MH anymore. She wants to stay home.
Then let her sit at home. Don't let it ruin your fun.

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OMG! That is so gross,...disgusting bugs. Ugh.
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Thom...glad to see your keeping up with coach Maintenance with your other projects!
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Oh boy, who's doing the cleanup?

Seriously, I think driving in a 50 mile/h crosswind and not being able to hunker down was my worst experience.
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The worst thing...having to continually fix things that break, maintenance problems. It's like having another house.
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