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Old 07-29-2012, 08:16 PM   #31
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And how as I suppose know you were in that boat. Sorry about your losses that sucks. But we are completely different campers.
I dont see us as different, i just camp 365 days a year, the only difference i see is you stated you dont care, and i do (in relation to being courteous) thats the only difference. I go on trips just not all the time. Maybe we are different peopke but we all just try and provide for are families and enrich our children (if you have any, i dont know but not the point) and live life to the fullest.
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Old 07-29-2012, 08:21 PM   #32
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I have had to speak to people cutting through the campsite. I would be upset if kids (not mine sat down at our picnic table and handled our stuff. They would have gotten the MOM voice and the talk about appropriate behavior.

I don't think I would realize that I was blocking someone's tv signal, but if they asked me to move I would do it immediately and with a sincere apology
It sounds like that Site is too close to the snack shop and registration, sort of like getting seated next to he bathroom door in a restaurant.

We don't have a satellite dish (yet) and were just talking about the logistics today. I hadn't even considered other careless campers messing around with it once set up.
Its not really that bad, just occasionally inconsiderate. Thats all i was pointing out, it doesnt bother me all that much and usually dont say anything to them as its only a minute or two. But on the other occasion if the signal goes out, i will look to see why, well as they are parked next to, they will see me look and realize it and snicker and walk away with the attitude oh well suck for them
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Old 07-29-2012, 08:27 PM   #33
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I dont see us as different, i just camp 365 days a year, the only difference i see is you stated you dont care, and i do (in relation to being courteous) thats the only difference. I go on trips just not all the time. Maybe we are different peopke but we all just try and provide for are families and enrich our children (if you have any, i dont know but not the point) and live life to the fullest.
Ya I might have went the wrong way about that. If I was a full timer I would probably have a dish. If I were in my camper all the time a little tv would be nice. But when I am up in the mountains tv is the last thing on my mind.
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Old 07-29-2012, 09:17 PM   #34
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We always take our dish camping for the kids. Once we were at a crowded cookoff where I knew I'd have problems so I set it on the roof of the camper (upside-down dish). I've had people trip over the cable and knock the dish goofy but I understand people. Alot of people are just oblivious to everything around them. I work with people where I wonder how they live day to day with their head in the sand all the time. You are never going to be able to figure everyone out so your best defense is probably alot like childproofing your home for small kids. Just make it harder to mess with you and your things. Good luck, you may have your work cut out for you!
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