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Old 07-28-2006, 08:40 AM   #1
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Old 07-28-2006, 08:52 AM   #2
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While at Harris Beach, Oregon this spring, I saw a tent and a large console model TV at the campsite, hooked up to cable. A lady and two children were entertained by a TV show. I guess this would be less costly than a motel room, and perhaps more pleasant surroundings
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That reminds me of an encounter we had last year. The site next to us was occupied by a man with his two young sons that were staying in a tent. Around dusk the second night we were there, a truck pulled up to his campsite and dropped off a porta-potty. Apparently it was more convenient to store a porta-potty on his site than to walk the 500' to the bathhouse!


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Old 07-28-2006, 10:05 AM   #7
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I always say different strokes for different folks.... Now the tv one at the camp site is rediculas!! ( also the friggie ) Apparently these people are total 'city dwellers" and miss out on the fun of camping!! Porta potty. hmmmmm ?? I am surprised the grounds allowed it there??
silly silly people!!!
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I always say different strokes for different folks.... Now the tv one at the camp site is rediculas!! ( also the friggie ) Apparently these people are total 'city dwellers" and miss out on the fun of camping!! Porta potty. hmmmmm ?? I am surprised the grounds allowed it there??
silly silly people!!!
About your reference to 'city dwellers'.

We camped at Lake Lanier, GA 2 summers ago. There was a group, 3 campsites, that consisted of two truck shell campers each with an A/C mounted out the front and one tent set up in the third campsite. It was one family which appeared to be Grandpa, Son, Daughter in Law, and three kids (1 teenage girl, 1 boy about 10, and 1 boy about 6).

They had a home size 2-door refrigerator/freezer, a 4-burner home size cook-top/oven, A couch and 2 chairs, and a large screen TV that were kept under a tarp on the campsite with the kids tent. They also had a trailer they used to haul their stuff around.

The ranger said that they live in the parks (i.e. no home in the city) and move from one park to the other if the park has a limit on the length of stay. They were there three days of the week we were there and we watched as they packed up all there stuff and moved out. It appeared by the efficientcy of there packing that they moved their stuff quite often.

I would say they were 'campground dwellers'!
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