We're on our first camping trip to the Northeast; Conneticut, Massachusetts, New York, etc. While walking around the CG's, I found campers were not as friendly or social as I am accustomed to in my other camping trips. In New York while meeting someome while walking, they usually kept looking straight ahead, some ignoring my greeting. I even showered and brushed my teeth, so I know it's not me. The campers I met that were social were from out of state. For those of you that normally camp up here, is this the norm?
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Don't let it get you down. I posted a similar expedience back in June only I was in California. I think that you and I being southern born and raised, we tend to expect that southern hospitality every where we go. It just doesn't happen.
You all know I seldom do this, but this one is going to be shut down. The reason is it could quickly degenerate into a state bashing thread. There are courteous and not so courteous people in every state/nation. To stereotype a state or nation is inappropriate and counter productive purpose.