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Old 03-05-2017, 03:57 PM   #21
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I well had this dog long ago (a sheltie) and he would pee on people shoes on command. He was my first dog as a kid so I trained him to do all sort of things most of which were not so nasty. I think he would have been entertaining and probably useful in an issue like this.
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It sounds like some statements are starting to verge on making, or at least implying, remarks with political undertones. You all should know what the mods will do to anyone who dares to say something with a political connotation. Woe be unto you for your transgressions!
All in all it's just another brick in the wall! As far as forum rules go, you have a point, but these posters, they don't need no education.......
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Old 03-05-2017, 04:40 PM   #23
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We could build a wall out of thorn bushes or sagebrush, or fiberglass.


Anything not to have to confront the trespasser personally.


We once had some tenters next to us who edged their tents further into our campsite each morning...their tents blocked the path that was the quickest way to the bathroom, so at least other campers quit cutting through. Then we left, anyway, so I hope they all worked it out.


No kids were harmed while making chalk drawings all over the camping pads there...because the pads were gravel. So they didn't draw on them.
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Old 03-05-2017, 06:07 PM   #25
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Sounds like that dude has one of those seasonal, or long term RV set-ups.
Do you have fences around your homes? DO fences good neighbors make?
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I understand good fences make good neighbors...until you and your neighbor have a dispute about the fence!
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Old 03-05-2017, 06:25 PM   #27
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Good old-fashioned squirt gun!
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Park your bikes at strategic locations, or park your TV in the way.
Bring along a pop up shelter or a tent for storage, prefer those with lots of strings and stakes.
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Some funny responses there.

I have no qualms with people passing through our site most of the time, just so long as they are somewhat respectful. Walking right by the door is not right.

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They don't need no thought control
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Old 03-08-2017, 12:07 PM   #31
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Hi: Mike Magee... Walking thru is one thing but in Crooked River St. Pk. in Georgia we had a next site neighbour drive his 40' Moho towing his boat diagonally through our site between our trailer pin box and our trucks tailgate. After that I parked the truck close enough to prevent it happening again. He was from that state and I think he thought he owned it!!!
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Old 03-08-2017, 01:22 PM   #32
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If it was kids I would educate them on needing to holler "Permission to enter campsite". Then when they say it, I grant it. Not sure what I'd say to an adult, maybe the same thing.
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Attachment 103580I saw this at the Mt Baker Vintage Trailer Rally
I don't think a person with the type disposition to actually put something like this up is one I would like to meet anyway.

Heck, I have even had people tell my to go ahead and cut through their site if it was more convenient for me. Those are the type I take the time to chat with.
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Cool

We actually quite liked the electric fence...Paul and I are betting it's not real.


XD


We'd like to meet people who think that's funny...
Someone who "needed" it as a barrier to keep them from trespassing, however, maybe can't read anyway. (Too young, perhaps?)


If someone seemed to need a shortcut we'd be happy to grant it, but we would prefer an ask rather than a barge-through. I especially don't like barge-throughs with their dogs, because of our old Nimble being essentially other-dog insane when she's in her X-pen. We thought she was going to upend the whole pen at the Lynden Trailer Rally! Luckily, no one was harmed in the lunging of the tiny old pug grandma dog.


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Note the crazed look in her eyes as she considers her line of attack....
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Smile thoughts

I would be leary of the naked thing. Exposure is a crime in many areas.

Some of these may work.

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I would be leary of the naked thing. Exposure is a crime in many areas.

Some of these may work.

Too many gaps between the slats... it won't cover the nakedness. Heh.
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Old 04-09-2017, 10:40 AM   #37
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You are supposed to be camping and relaxing. Why stir things up? I'm probably guilty of dragging my kayak on somebody's spot, but it is the only way to go unless I drive a mile down the road, unload and then load back up, only to repeat again and again.

I would expect that to happen at the waterfront. Perhaps you could help carry some of his stuff and that would result in fewer steps?
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