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Posted: 04/10/12 05:09pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Lucky I was not there cuz I would have played the likes of Steely Dan, Marshall Tucker Band, Jefferson Starship, Doobie Brothers, Eagles, Ja,es Taylor, Jackson Brown.. Fleetwood Mac.. Rock on Baby

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vic46 wrote:

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fla-gypsy wrote:

I don't care what others do at their campsite as long as it does not impact me and I try to do the same. I do enjoy some Taichovsky, Allman Brothers, Marshall Tucker and Pink Floyd from time to time but at a reasonable level.
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And the Simon Fraser University Pipe Band and the Metropolitan Toronto Police Pipe Band. I just don't think this music could be too loud!


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Sure, but common sense must be applied.

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I play loud music of all varieties when group camping in a sectioned-off part of the campground. For individual camping trips, the music as low as it can be - played with a simple single desktop speaker.

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We usually crank it up with some big outside speakers. Keep it just loud enough to drown out the Harbor Freight generator 8 spaces away.

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2oldman wrote:

I enjoy the quite.


I always have music playing, but for my own enjoyment and those with me.
I likewise make sure it does not travel farther than our site with a walk around test.


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I don't think there is a clear yes or no answer here. Generally speaking, I think when one camps in a natural setting such as a state, national park, etc.,we expect no significant noises coming from other sites. Most campgrounds have "quiet hours" but it seems like there aren't many rangers around any more to enforce them. I do think a camper has a right to enjoy some music at his site providing it can't be heard much by the neighbors.


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2oldman wrote:

I enjoy the quite.


QUITE what?

I try to NOT allow the actions of other people to annoy me. Such annoyances ruin MY enjoyment.
So, I ignore them, their music, their campfire, etc. I allow them whatever they want that enhances their enjoyment.
Then, I can enjoy myself.


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There are different types of people who camp. There are partiers who think of camping as a getting away from everyday life and letting it all hang out. There are others who go camping to be close to nature and enjoy the peace and quiet.

Too bad CGs aren't separated into types so everyone could enjoy camping in their own way without infringing upon others.


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I play Sirrus Satelite from the TV through my surround sound in my 5ver,at a low leval to my outside speakers,but always walk to the next campsite to make sure the neighbor cannot hear my Country/Oldies music,now if my neighbor plays his loud,or plays his dog and children too loud, I put my earphones in, plugged into my system and ignore everybody around me!


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