This last campground, Frontiertown in Ocean City, MD turned out to be quite a test. I thought it was going to be easy - the site map showed we had an end site and that our row was a little longer than the one beside of it. I figured I'd pull up past it and drop back into it from the road beside. I was... how do you say it? WRONG.
Wife and I both watched as I intentionally came as close to a recycling container as possible. I say there were "inches" left. She laughed and said it wasn't even an inch. I'm pretty sure she's more right than I am on that one.
But, we got it back into the spot with 2 tries and onlookers beside and in-front of us (so much for a Thursday arrival for less of a crowd!). I got out after it was back in the spot and as we talked admitted, "Holy carp, that went well." She reminded me that I still needed to shimmy to one side about 2' and I shouldn't celebrate yet.
She's right - this is the move that I struggle with the most. Fortunately, she's a heck of a lot better at this than I am. She told me how to do it (to the right and then back to the left and back it up) and sure as snot - she (well, I) nailed it.
We got congratulations for the folks in the motorhome next to us - said they had a hard enough time with their site in just the MH. I felt like we deserved a standing ovation.