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Old 08-19-2016, 05:08 PM   #41
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Folks good news from The St. Lawrence Park authorities. They have admitted that a dinghy/toad should not be charged a fee. They have even reimbursed the fee I had paid. I am quite happy about this and will surely go back to the parks very soon.
So will they be forward enough to refund those who paid before you?

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Old 08-19-2016, 06:28 PM   #42
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They probably would, but those who were charged would have to request a reimbursement.
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Old 08-28-2016, 06:17 PM   #43
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I think I have at least once but can't remember for sure. I remember that the person at a state park in the upper mid-West insisted that we had to pay an entrance fee for both vehicles. I had a non-resident annual pass sticker on the toad's windshield. I asked if they charged separately for a truck and for the trailer that the truck was towing. The person said no. I think the person relented, but maybe I still had to pay. At other parks in that state I had no argument.
Few years ago The Ohio Turnpike added an additional charge for bicycles carried on auto roof tops!!!!! I was told this and did not believe it. I called the Turnpike and they said YES they did but no longer do this. Can you believe this practice. I was not given the rational for their bicycle fee
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Old 08-28-2016, 07:52 PM   #44
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Few years ago The Ohio Turnpike added an additional charge for bicycles carried on auto roof tops!!!!! I was told this and did not believe it. I called the Turnpike and they said YES they did but no longer do this. Can you believe this practice. I was not given the rational for their bicycle fee
Rational? Rational? They don't need no stink'in Rational...the got badges!
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Years ago, I was going on a ferry with my pop-up behind my pickup. They wanted to charge me overheight fees because of my mirror-mounted 4 ft CB antennas. I folded them down to avoid the charge. They put me in a truck bay with about 20ft clearance anyway. Government ferry....province of Ontario.....beaurocracy run amok!!!!
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