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Old 06-26-2016, 10:24 AM   #1
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When got here yesterday I bought dog poo bags 200 for $2.00 from the campground and took Jake and Fred for a walk, I noticed very little dog poo in the grassy areas we visited. This morning when we went for our walk at 0630 the same spots were full of dog poo. Leave NO trace applies to dog poo as well as other trash some folks are either just plain lazy or feel part of their camp fee is for others to pick up their dog poo. I'm at the Mt View RV park Backer City Or.
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Old 06-26-2016, 11:36 AM   #2
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Some people are so clueless they should just stay at home and not venture out into public areas. Unfortunately they are too brain dead to realize that.
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People will use any excuse for their behavior. I have neighbor that would, instead of picking it up, she would put a rock on top of it! Others said it is hard for her to pick up the poo because she has a bad back. I pointed out that if she can pick up the rock to hide it with, she can pick up the poo!
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