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Old 10-22-2018, 09:06 AM   #21
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This has been a eye opener.
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Old 10-22-2018, 11:52 AM   #22
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I was spraying off the love bugs once at a Texas State Park off my cap after arrival and setup ( no soap or brush just a quick spray ) and the park host said I could not do that because of gray water run off? Made me wonder how much they go in panic mode when it rains.
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Old 10-25-2018, 07:45 AM   #23
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If it's a place I might want to come back to I would care. Besides, if they have rules it's because of something that happened in the past. Like the park that told me about a sewer line repair that resulted in the contents of the black tank on the ground. Or the other park I was in who had the waste oil bucket from a class A oil change dumped over on the gravel.
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Old 10-25-2018, 07:58 AM   #24
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Just remember, we are the one's who cause the rules to be written by the things we do at rv parks. If you stay in a park with concrete pads then there rules will probably be a little more restrictive than one with gravel or dirt. I'm not full time so i can do all my general maintenance at home but i understand the need to have a place to do maintenance and repairs when full time. Changing a tire at a rv park is something i would not even ask the owner or manager about. If they didn't like it then i would not give them any more of my business.
Well said...The people across the street from us on our last trip (at a COE campground) were doing some sort of repair (other side of the camper, I couldn't see what) and the guy had his 110v pancake air compressor out...(no problem)....with it kicking on/off every couple minutes...(still no problem)....for an HOUR AND A HALF!....Now we have a problem! I would look the other way for quick repairs that really need to be done to make the unit road worthy (flat tires and such),....but if your making a bunch of noise with power tools for extended periods, you need to leave. It's rude and disrespectful to everyone else in the park.
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Old 10-25-2018, 11:30 AM   #25
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We rarely stay at 'resort's - most restrictive! We go to mostly city, county, & state, NP or BLM. Relay went bad and could not retract our level system. Lacked knowledge to attempt repair - mobile chump wasn't any smarter. Had to have him fix it in order to get reimbursed by warranty was more than $25 relay. I've replaced brakes, bearing and tires at several parks. Replaced stove vent. Always warsh RV & truck using hose with a nozzle and asking office. Some places like it - waters the grass.
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