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Old 05-20-2014, 03:12 PM   #1
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If I'm in my camper during the day, I'm:

If I'm in my camper during the day, I'm:


(1.) getting out of the rain
(2.) changing my clothes
(3.) using the facilities





Ever been camping and the neighbors spend all their time in their RV?


They never built a fire, never cooked, no lights, no chairs, nothing.



I've never understood the hibernators. Why not just sit in your camper in your driveway and save money.





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Old 05-20-2014, 08:08 PM   #2
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1) Enjoying my home away from home
2) Watching a movie
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Old 05-20-2014, 08:25 PM   #3
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Football!

I only watch a couple of games per weekend, so that might have been what I was doing.
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1) Cooling down with a little AC
2) Getting some food
3) The campfire burned out and we are sleeping
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One thing I don't do is wonder what someone else is doing.
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Old 05-20-2014, 10:31 PM   #6
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If I'm in my camper during the day, I'm:


(1.) getting out of the rain
(2.) changing my clothes
(3.) using the facilities





Ever been camping and the neighbors spend all their time in their RV?


They never built a fire, never cooked, no lights, no chairs, nothing.



I've never understood the hibernators. Why not just sit in your camper in your driveway and save money.





Problems with camping in the driveway

1. It is too close to the landline phone that we go camping to get away from
2. It is too close to the house and the endless list of to-do items associated with it.
3. It is too close to the neighbors running lawnmowers at 7:30am on a Saturday morning.

The beauty of RVs is that can do (or not do) many things for many people. Sometimes, it is wonderful just to park it in a CG where no one bothers you and there is no requirement to be social.
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Old 05-20-2014, 10:44 PM   #7
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1) Preparing something for the grill
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Considering I live in the PNW most likely I am in my RV because it is raining! The trip to CA last week was awesome - no rain and no being cooped up during a vacation. Of course it did rain on the way home once we hit Oregon.

So - other than that I am inside my RV because:
1) It's time to sleep
2) We are watching a movie
3) We are sitting out on our deck (We have a toy hauler). Technically we are in the RV….but we are outside as well.
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Last week....I'm in the MH because I forgot to bring mosquito repellent! Omg! Were they bad!
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Last week....I'm in the MH because I forgot to bring mosquito repellent! Omg! Were they bad!

Nice guy , doesn't say where , so the rest of us can avoid the bugs.
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Probably working...

You said a 4 letter word , shame on you ; go wash your mouth out with beer.
Wait; beer is a 4 letter word , word; is a 4 letter word , now I'm really confused.
I guess there are good and bad 4 letter words . I know
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I am prolly reading, or cooking or kicking back enjoying my/our solitude.
Or you missed us leaving with our fishin' gear. Or you missed us leaving with the "girls" for a walk. Or we are just passing through and need to rest up for the next leg of our journey.
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[QUOTE=goldpan;[/QUOTE]

Goldpan, .......ever hear the old expression, different strokes?
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