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Old 01-15-2004, 10:44 AM   #85
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In that park, I would have problems sober...
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Old 01-15-2004, 11:33 AM   #86
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Now for the dog haters, I believe there should be no place on this planet for such people. Dogs are Dogs and they are just people too.
I could not agree more. I have two dogs, Herbie and Figgy. Herbie is bigger than Figgy and likes to beat him up because he can.
They are my traveling companions and a constant source of enjoyment. I find it very disturbing when other campers complain about my dogs barking late at night. If they don't want to hear my dogs bark, they should not be out of their trailers after dark.
As for the park ranger who got bit, I can only hope he had all of his shots. They are very friendly animals and do not hesitate to cold nose anyone who bends over.
Figgy likes to sleep with me but Herbie seems to think I thrash around too much in bed. It is hard not to thrash when a dog has a death grip on your big toe.
And yes, Mrs you know who you are, my dogs are housetrained but I never said they are trailertrained and the pee stain on your shag carpet draws attention away from the cigarette burn.
Should dogs be allowed in an RV park? Absolutely yes. They provide a sanitation service by eating up all the garbage and licking the chocolate from your messy kid's face.
I am not in favor of the leash law as written. I think dogs should be allowed to roam free and kids should be kept on a leash.

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Old 01-15-2004, 11:39 AM   #87
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Old 01-15-2004, 11:56 AM   #88
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"When can your hubby come out of his box and play again?"

You don't understand - he doesn't want to come out. He's under the (misguided of course) impression that it might not be safe..... you see there's a new axle in the garage waiting to be installed, the flamingos are hungry and getting grumpy, and there's a stack of travel brochures on the counter....

Seriously is lawn "art" usually acceptable at RV parks?
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Old 01-15-2004, 12:24 PM   #89
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Seriously is lawn "art" usually acceptable at RV parks?
Janet, I'd have to say that it probably depends entirely upon who's body it's tattood on when they're lying passed out in the grass, exposed.

On a serious note... ok there IS no serious note here!

I've seen some PR-ET-TY TACKY DISPLAYS of lawn art in campgrounds. Most notably, of course, is johnhd's artistic displays of Orange Harley-Davidson, Pink Flamingos, Blue awnings, Astro-Turf and trailer striping, and multi-colored black and gold beer cases all on the same site in Davenport. Oh, and did I forget the awning lights?

I'm here to tell you it was just a color-coordinating, interior designer's nightmare!!!! The fashion-police rangers were just having a hissy fit!

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Old 01-15-2004, 12:32 PM   #90
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ok Janet

A serious question deserves a serious answer. Lawn art when tastefully displayed is perfectly acceptable but only if you are totally naked while displaying it like they do at Burning Man.

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Old 01-15-2004, 12:40 PM   #91
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I find it very disturbing when other campers complain about my dogs barking late at night. If they don't want to hear my dogs bark, they should not be out of their trailers after dark.
What a crock! If others want to sit outside in the evenings, they shouldn't have to put up with noise from yappy little dogs or go inside. If you can't keep 'em quiet with bark training collars, closing your windows, etc, the only noise I wanna hear is you hooking up and pulling out as you're evicted.

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Re: hubby's box

Herbie sniffs around the box and invites hubby out to play. Hubby refuses, whereupon Herbie hikes his leg........

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Old 01-15-2004, 12:48 PM   #93
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Lighten up. I was kidding. A little humor never hurt anybody.
I actually do respect the rights of my fellow campers and don't take the mutts anywhere they're not welcome.

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Hmmm ... Lawn Art .... I do believe we have stumbled upon a new oxymoron.
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Old 01-15-2004, 01:38 PM   #95
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ROG0525,

I agree with you. To me yapping dogs are part of nature, along with crickets and the owl and when they all kick off in the evening it helps me sleep. That why I get back to my original post, any place that doesn't allow free range chickens scratching around the trailer is too high brow for me.
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Old 01-15-2004, 01:44 PM   #96
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I agree with you. any place that doesn't allow free range chickens scratching around the trailer is too high brow for me.
What about my guinea hens? They really help keep the ticks and fleas that Roger's dogs bring in under control. Anybody have a problem with guineas? They make good watch dogs too, without all of that barking and provide a good high quality fertilizer

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What about my guinea hens? They really help keep the ticks and fleas that Roger's dogs bring in under control. Anybody have a problem with guineas? They make good watch dogs too, without all of that barking and provide a good high quality fertilizer

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Angry Hey Aaron

My precious little angels do not have fleas and guinea hens are their favorite snack food.

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