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Caveman Charlie

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Posted: 05/09/22 09:06pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

To the folks who just showed up in the 43ft $200,000 fifth wheel, that costs double my house. you have a beautiful rig.
To the folks who are down in the woods in a bivvy tent, you guys are hard core, awesome setup down there.
To the folks who just pulled in with their 1979 c class with more rust than panel. I can only imagine the memories you’ve made in that thing. I bet that dent has a story.
To the folks that took that last site that nobody wanted you pulled in, put down the seats in their mini van, and started cooking. Your dinner smells delightful.
Y’all, we all camp differently, and we may not agree on it all, but we have to remember the only thing that matters is memories are being made, and you’re getting 120% out of your time with your loved ones. You have to forget HOW you go camping, and remember WHY you go camping. THAT is camping my friends. Spread love at the campground this season.


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Posted: 05/09/22 09:20pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Caveman Charlie wrote:

To the folks who just showed up in the 43ft $200,000 fifth wheel, that costs double my house. you have a beautiful rig.
To the folks who are down in the woods in a bivvy tent, you guys are hard core, awesome setup down there.
To the folks who just pulled in with their 1979 c class with more rust than panel. I can only imagine the memories you’ve made in that thing. I bet that dent has a story.
To the folks that took that last site that nobody wanted you pulled in, put down the seats in their mini van, and started cooking. Your dinner smells delightful.
Y’all, we all camp differently, and we may not agree on it all, but we have to remember the only thing that matters is memories are being made, and you’re getting 120% out of your time with your loved ones. You have to forget HOW you go camping, and remember WHY you go camping. THAT is camping my friends. Spread love at the campground this season.


What a great post, I think you hit the nail right on the head as we all enjoy the way we travel, that is the reason we do it.


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Well said Caveman! Enjoy Your Summer My Friend

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Yes, nice to see a positive narrative.


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Very well said and no matter how someone camps as long as THEY enjoy that's all that matters.


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Amen buddy!


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Posted: 05/10/22 07:44am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Caveman Charlie wrote:


To the folks who just pulled in with their 1979 c class with more rust than panel. I can only imagine the memories you’ve made in that thing. I bet that dent has a story.


Horribly inappropriate by today's standards (and not really approved back then) but Dad had a new 1979 Blue Dodge Van with dents in the driver side door. Turns out mountain goats love starburst candy and will fight to get to the front of the line. Their hooves are rough on doors though.


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There is a comfy seat for everyone to sit on.


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Thank god….
I thought this was going to be another propane vs no propane thread! Lol


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Posted: 05/10/22 08:24am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

well said, thank you.


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