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Old 05-29-2015, 05:39 PM   #91
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Not campground but.......

1. Slow drivers in left lane, especially RV's

2. Not using turn signals.

3. Drivers that do not know how to merge on highway onramps.


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Old 05-29-2015, 05:45 PM   #92
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I must be camping is wonderland. I don't think I have had anyone cut through my lot. It seems to be always quite after the quite time. I love friendly people that stop to introduce their pets as long as they are friendly.
Camping has always been one step away from being a refugee camp. I mean we are on 30-40 foot lots living on top of each other. People are annoying in general but in close quarters in take a big smile even if it's hiding clenched teeth.
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Old 05-29-2015, 05:49 PM   #93
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"Just sayin..." If you didn't mean it then why say it? IMO if you say something then you most certainly meant it and should expect the person next to you take it the worst way possible. Then maybe folks might think twice about "just sayin" something.
I didn't "mean" to say... and "didn't" say it's ok to do it or not. I expressed no personal opinion. They asked "why?" in response to a posters pet peeve so they got a "just sayin.." as in "food for thought" why someone might consider that a pet peeve. That may or may not reflect my personal opinion on the matter.

Personally, I never sweat the small stuff like that and stress over something I have no control over. It happens. It's always going to happen. So what? It's not like it isn't biodegradable. But I can understand how that might bother some people. I don't do it myself, but I wouldn't give it a seconds thought if I saw someone that does.

I apologize if someone took it as me condemning them in the worst way possible if they are ones that do their dishes at the water tap. It wasn't my intention.

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I must be camping is wonderland. I don't think I have had anyone cut through my lot. It seems to be always quite after the quite time. I love friendly people that stop to introduce their pets as long as they are friendly.
Camping has always been one step away from being a refugee camp. I mean we are on 30-40 foot lots living on top of each other. People are annoying in general but in close quarters in take a big smile even if it's hiding clenched teeth.
Thanks, I've been wanting to say this so bad! :-)
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Old 05-29-2015, 09:17 PM   #95
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Not campground but.......

1. Slow drivers in left lane, especially RV's
used to see this up north all the time
2. Not using turn signals.
daily life in NJ
3. Drivers that do not know how to merge on highway onramps.
this one is so true here in NC

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Campers that bring their barking dogs and let them crap all over the grass area's around my camping spot
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Finally sitting down to enjoy the fire after a long drive and getting camp setup, only to have the lady across the street start up her leaf blower.
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Leaf blower? Where do you camp? LOL We use a little battery op one my neighbor has to blow the grass off the patio after they cut it. I wouldn't like that to much either.
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