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Yosemite Sam1

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It's not actually. free, it's $15 a night, but oh gawd, Friday evening it's free-for-all party time.

I thought. the ranger was joking when I asked as a first timer, as to where can we camp.

And she was serious, you can camp anywhere, and most choose their own beachfront real estate.

Then out with their disco lights, campfires on 105 degree early evenings and blaring music -- then some fireworks into the night.

No rule. no HOA.

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And definitely not my kind of place.

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I’ll pass too but thanks for the information.


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Nevada is not for everyone. thank God.

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Self correcting Darwinian problem?? Give it a few weeks and it'll probably thin out.


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Have fun! Not my kind of gig by any means, but if it floats your boat, go for it! [emoticon]

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Yup, we bailed out after two nights figuring out it's gonna be wilder over the weekend.

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Sounds like Lake Havasu 24/7.

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pigman1 wrote:

Self correcting Darwinian problem?? Give it a few weeks and it'll probably thin out.


Puzzling really since there seems to be a very thoughtful regard for each others safety with everyone wearing mask and doing social distancing in the nearby civilization called Raley's.

While in the camp, we will wear mask when we go about outside of our campsite. Then others without the mask seems to deliberately come nearer for no other business than to be a nuisance health risk.

We. pray that Darwin will not strike an multi-family group of shoreline campers in the hope that theirs is a bubble of everyone recently tested-negative.

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jdc1 wrote:

Sounds like Lake Havasu 24/7.


Still even with this pandemic?

* This post was edited 08/02/20 08:25am by Yosemite Sam1 *

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