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Posted: 05/20/02 11:46am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Has anyone had a good or bad experience parking overnight at a Target store. Walmart is very good but I don't no if target allows this.

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We overnighted at Target in New Ulm, MN. The store manager told us we were welcome to stay overnight and that "Target is RV friendly.


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Posted: 05/20/02 09:26pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

TJW say "lets stop this one". Why?

I have never overnighted at either one but see people doing it everywhere, and have never heard any horror stories about them.


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Which eye do you recommend keeping open, pillow eye or sky eye? I don't think it does much good to keep the pillow eye open cause you can't see anything. On the other hand if you keep the upper eye open it tends to dry out.... I hate it when that happens!

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Posted: 05/20/02 12:32pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Please lets stop this one .
Park at either just keep one eye open.
All doors LOCKED .


*This Message was edited on 20-May-02 12:50 PM by TJW*


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Hmm... First Wallydocking, now what are we going to call this? Targetsnoozing?



We've used a couple of WalMarts. Typically when trying to make time and the only thing available when your brain cramps at midnight. Park, sleep, wake and bail, usually before Walmart even opens.


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Posted: 05/21/02 11:16am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Has anyone tried parking at a K-Mart or Big K as they're now called? Usually LOTS of room!!

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Not to assume I can speak for TJW but I would assume he was referring to the number of times this subject has been hashed, re-hashed, tossed around, argued, moaned about, bandied about, debated, discussed, deliberated, reasoned out, talked over, considered, weighed, oh well you get the idea. Perhaps a search of topics using "wal mart" over the last year would bear forth some results. HOWEVER target is (from what I know) new! So what the heck go for it guys and gals!

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One of the results of not having a FAQ - people need to ask the same questions over and over, instead of having the chance to easily scan common topics and answers, then post if they still want opinions or answers.

I have not seen the Target angle yet. Interesting that Target is RV friendly - I wonder if it is a corporate position.

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Posted: 05/22/02 04:11pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Sorry David
Like most if you search old topics you will see what I mean. This topic has been posted so many times it is getting OLD.



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