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Old 07-09-2012, 03:44 PM   #11
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there was a vehicle parked on our site. So I asked at the site next door if it was their vehicle. Yes it was, so I asked if they could please move it. Then I was told "well, there isn't enough parking on our site!"
You just can't believe the nerve of some people.

I'd be telling them that it's a lot easier to move the vehicle while it still has air in all the tires!



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Old 07-09-2012, 04:08 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by Dave_Monica View Post
You just can't believe the nerve of some people.

I'd be telling them that it's a lot easier to move the vehicle while it still has air in all the tires!

LOL. Never thought of that.

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Old 07-09-2012, 04:28 PM   #13
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This happens all the time at a place I go to. The Dam West campground at Carlyle Lake has a very well organized and lubricated 'good 'ol boy" network of campsite stalkers. First come, first serve is a joke. There are even a couple of campers there that have the tent display units from a Wal-Mart or Target and set these mini tents in the middle of the site as soon as a trailer pulls out. Seriously, you literally cannot get to your TV, and move to the site before someone has one of the mini tents or a pair of chairs in the drive. I won't even go there anymore without a reservation. My answer to the above mentioned stalker would have been "nope, just got here..." . I have said to folks before "I thought stalking was illegal?"
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Old 07-09-2012, 04:28 PM   #14
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I have been "That Guy" once.

I was transiting Hill AFB, Utah and only had 2 days to visit with friends. I was in overflow the first night and could not move into my hook up slot until the guy that was in there left. He had to be gone by 11 AM and I was "chomping at the bit" to be sure since I did not want to spend my "full day" waiting for him to leave when he knew we were in overflow waiting for him to pull out.

He had a motor home and at 10:00 he and his DW were still in their PJs finishing a leisurely breakfast. I rang their doorbell and wished them safe travels; reminding them we were waiting; and then fumed until they finally left at noon.

I do not feel a single bit of remorse for being "pushy" as that dude would have still been there at 2 PM.


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