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Old 09-05-2015, 08:09 AM   #71
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Originally Posted by mud yapster View Post
My 42' 5er can be a challenge sometimes but I don't care who's watching or not it don't bother me to back up, go forward a few times. When I get it were I want it I push the button pull truck up, then grab a beer and place my wood under the landing pads and push the button again and smile now it's level. LOL its all down hill after you get it parked.
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Old 09-07-2015, 02:36 PM   #72
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Sorry but personal messages require a 5 dollar donation to the forum!
Oh sure, but when I say the same thing it's, "ohhh, you're a terrible person and that was a horrible April Fools Day joke."

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Old 09-07-2015, 03:42 PM   #73
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I think CG's are designed by the same people who design miniture golf courses where they throw up as many mental blocking obstacles as possible. Site at Fishermans Cove, Ontario had two huge oak trees at the entrance to the site, after parking the TT I looked it over and could have put a mack truck in it but at the time felt like I was backing into a single garage.

Another site is #82 at KOA Barrie, Ontario, been there 100 times, park the trailer first time everytime....this one time all the pull thru spots in front of the line of back ins were full of 45 foot class A's and their accompaning toads parked at the back of each vehicle turning a typical wide road with lots of space into backing Drivers Ed from hell. After about 30 minutes of in and out and in and out, got it find out all the owners of these vehicles were sitting in an empty site three down drinking cold beverages and not one of them volunteered to move a vehicle for me to get around.

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Old 09-07-2015, 03:58 PM   #74
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Old 09-07-2015, 04:40 PM   #75
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I once pulled into a CG and found my designated site and wasn't sure if I could get in it. The road was narrow and there were 2 trees on both sides of the front of the site. Thought I'd at least give a try before asking for a different site. Took it slow and easy and to my own surprise I was on the site the first attempt. I was levelling the camper when the neighbor came over and informed me that I had ruined his planned entertainment. He said he had been waiting for someone to take that site and he was going to enjoy a beer while watching. He said I didn't give him a chance to even get his chair. Tried to act like there was nothing to it but then admitted that it surprised me too. We both had a laugh and he shared one of his beers with me.

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