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Old 05-30-2015, 01:06 PM   #111
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1. It is illegal to drive impaired on a highway, why is it okay to drive impaired in a CG?
2. Dump stations where the person in front makes an OOPs, but does not clean up the OOPs
3. Ditto on the potable water sites.
4. In our Provincial Parks and the "Comfort stations", just hit the damn hole please, for the teens they have hired in the summers cleaning them at minimum wage....god bless.
5. People that require clothes lines and instead of learning to tie a knot end up driving a nail in a tree, then leaving the nail and a hunk of rope behind
6. Clean up, I hope your kids etc don't throw garbage around your house so why is it OK in a CG
7. For the person who needs to tune up his "Cummings" engine in the middle of the day in their site blowing black smoke every where with the noise is directly proportional to the book I am trying to read

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Old 05-30-2015, 01:37 PM   #112
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I can't say I have any major pet peeves in moderation. We camped last weekend in southern Indiana and anticipating rain, people started packing up Sunday night. At least 6 people within hearing distance used an impact to raise their stabilizers. I used a cordless drill on my old one before I got power jacks so I get it. The first 2 or 3 didn't bother me me but after that it got real annoying. Same with people cutting through my site. I typically camp closer to the play ground because I have a little one and we somehow always end up on the corner everyone cuts across. First few are ok, then.... I don't really mind any noise unless it keeps me awake and I have not had a lot of issues with trash or poop. Campers or CG seem to keep this pretty good the places I go?

My only other issue is all the unsupervised kids. I realize it's a campground and I would hope everyone felt safe but the 5/6 year old that did laps around the campground on his bike and scooter for 3 days straight without a site of a parent bothers me a little.
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Old 05-30-2015, 03:54 PM   #113
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When people go on a forum asking for help with a problem there having, and don't post a follow up to let people know how they made out.
Sometimes I will go back to an older thread I started or participated in to post an update and I'll type a long post and click SUBMIT and get a message that the thread is (outdated or timed out or something like that) and wouldn't allow me to post.

So I said the heck with it.

THAT peaves me off!
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Old 05-30-2015, 04:18 PM   #114
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Both are related to driving.

"tail gaters" (and I don't mean @ sports events)

AND "cutters"

Way too many people driving (that are seemingly SOBER) and have no common sense or courtesies.
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Both are related to driving.

"tail gaters" (and I don't mean @ sports events)

AND "cutters"

Way too many people driving (that are seemingly SOBER) and have no common sense or courtesies.

Those would too my list also. I hate cutters when traffic goes to one lane. I have a few tricks for those folks. Also I may be guilty of driving a GC after a few adult beverages but not driving after drinking.
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Old 05-30-2015, 04:37 PM   #116
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People complaining about a peeve posted on a pet peeve site
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Old 05-30-2015, 04:42 PM   #117
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Biggest pet peeve......."Stupid People"
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Hmm, I don't like pet peeves not related to camping pet peeves posted on a pet peeves thread related to camping pet peeves.
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Old 05-30-2015, 06:29 PM   #119
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Were those two posts aimed at me ? Just wondering?
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Sometimes I will go back to an older thread I started or participated in to post an update and I'll type a long post and click SUBMIT and get a message that the thread is (outdated or timed out or something like that) and wouldn't allow me to post.

So I said the heck with it.

THAT peaves me off!
Aaaah, but we can make you a happy camper again, as this one has an easy solution as per the FAQ:

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