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Posted: 08/05/21 10:32am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

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The two common things wee see/hear are:
Adults & children walking through campsites to get from point A to point B.
People "double" clicking their truck fobs to lock their trucks so everyone else has to listen to the horn honk.

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RV Manners start by following the rules & policies posted to every campground/Rv park, maybe we all can work to set a better example. [emoticon]

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mdcamping wrote:

RV Manners start by following the rules & policies posted to every campground/Rv park, maybe we all can work to set a better example. [emoticon]

Mike

Yes, they do start with following the rules posted. But not all common-sense manners are posted to the rules. In all the decades I've been RVing I've never seen it mentioned in the rules that you shouldn't pester people to trade camp-sites.


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What is with those bright LED light strings on the front of trailers these days or the lights under RVs like they are on some sort of magic carpet? If you want to light up like Vegas, go to Vegas.

Some of us like to open the shades & windows at night & to enjoy the darkness & fresh air of a SP or CP.

Same with awing lights which are not tucked up behind the awning lighting up the CG for yards away.


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