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This is a discussion on Fulltiming Pet Peeves within the Road Rash, Humor and Tales forums, part of the Just Having Fun! category; My pet peeves: barking dogs at campgrounds that are just out of control and car alarms constantly going off at ...

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    My pet peeves: barking dogs at campgrounds that are just out of control and car alarms constantly going off at RV parks.
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    I agree with Ray the cutting through sites is my biggest pet peeve. It is very annoying to have fellow rvers cut through your turf. When you pull into your spot and pay to stay that is your territory to enjoy in peace. Walk around the park by following the paths or trails. Just like in a sticks and bricks home you don't want people walking through your yard to get to their house do you?
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    Those who do not pick up after their pets. Who wants to step in dog do do?

    The excessive barking or howling is also on my list.

    I wish more people who own pets would have a little pet etiquette.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugo View Post
    I agree with Ray the cutting through sites is my biggest pet peeve. It is very annoying to have fellow rvers cut through your turf. When you pull into your spot and pay to stay that is your territory to enjoy in peace. Walk around the park by following the paths or trails. Just like in a sticks and bricks home you don't want people walking through your yard to get to their house do you?
    remember my earlier post! I use EZ-UP type shelters as disposable markers of our area! 1st thing I do after getting the coach taken care of is to set up the framework. That in and of itself discourages encroachment.

    sorry but we do sometimes encourage a little barking to also keep others away. We do keep dog crap bags on us at all times though, after all these are my "kids".
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    Steve and Tricia people like yourselves who pick up after your "kids" are not the types I think others have problems with.

    Leeann how about the RV's that light up their coach with Christmas decorations like this?

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    Ed and Melba I would say that is a little too much.

    Inside the coach I think it's too cute. I think I want a miniature tree inside for next year.

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    But like the one you posted above and these are just a little crazy.

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    Maybe they are fun and I'm just a party pooper? I just wouldn't want to drag that all out and then have to put it all away again. That's one of the things I love about not having a sticks and bricks home.
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    Some people like to take the festivities with them no matter where they are. You'll want to steer clear of the Christmas RV Park a community where a decorated evergreen greets visitors and the spirit of the season is celebrated year-round.

    Palm-tree-lined streets are named Cupid Lane, Comet Row and Candy Cane Lane. Campers play bingo at Holly Hall and watch football at Miracle Hall. Santa Claus knick-knacks stand prominently in the RV park's office window. A maintenance shed is called Santa's Workshop, and the horseshoe pits are at Sugar Plum Circle.

    Some people who leave their rigs all year round never take their decorations down. Since it located in sunny Florida people go all out because they can enjoy Christmas without the snow. It would be cool to check out just to see what it's all about.

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    How about the fact that on certain holidays it's impossible to find a parking space in an RV park.

 

 
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