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Old 02-13-2012, 04:32 PM   #15
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It depends on the park. If they have nice grass the patio mat stays in storage. We stayed in a park last fall in South Carolina that did not have grass due to the pine trees but had some of the nicest wood decks I have ever seen. The were positioned perfectly for the Bounder and the mat stayed in storage.
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Well said, codgerbill, a little respect works wonders....
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Landscaping cloth

To start with, If someone has landscaping cloth underneath their patio cover, I'd think it was to prevent sand and debris from sticking to the backside of the top cover.
When they remove the top patio cover to move/relocate, they fold or roll it up without spending a lot of time sweeping the backside before storing it. Once the patio cover is stored, they simply gather, roll or fold the landscaping cloth and deposit it in the dumpster. Remember, they have a whole roll of that stuff.
Don't forget I said, "I'd think".
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To start with, If someone has landscaping cloth underneath their patio cover, I'd think it was to prevent sand and debris from sticking to the backside of the top cover.
When they remove the top patio cover to move/relocate, they fold or roll it up without spending a lot of time sweeping the backside before storing it. Once the patio cover is stored, they simply gather, roll or fold the landscaping cloth and deposit it in the dumpster. Remember, they have a whole roll of that stuff.
Don't forget I said, "I'd think".
Now that makes sense too, though it's not ecologically sound or kind to grass...
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One should check with the campground either when making reservations or checking in with regards to patio mats. We have stayed at a few campgrounds where the "rules" state they do not allow patio mats. These places are usually places that have really nice grass and not that gravel and crab grass stuff.
Agreed, but to date I haven't stayed at a CG that didn't allow mats. The sites usually have a concrete pad (and i only use a mat to add some color and make the concrete just seem "warmer") or the sites are a lot of dirt and small pebbles you don't want to track in the unit.
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