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Old 08-13-2007, 06:43 PM   #43

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Dock'n In The Dacks

Originally Posted by ROBERT CROSS
Come to N.Y.<> We have the largest State Park in the Country!!!!!

If you don't know where your going<> Any road will take you there.
This is N.Y.<><>where are all the people??
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AF #1

"Sticks & stones can break your bones...and hail will dent your Airstream"

So when is this..."old enough to know better" supposed to kick in?
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Old 08-13-2007, 07:16 PM   #44
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I'll chime in, too, even though I'm not on that end of the country...we much prefer pubic parks & campgronds (county, state, and federal) to commercial RV Paks...the public places give you more elbow room because their bottom line is not making $$...the commercial ones try to cram as many spaces as humanly possible into their park, and that makes for cramped quarters. We have done both...but have had the best times with the public situations. We haven't boondocked a lot, but we are edging in that direction little by little, now that we've got our feet wet and feel more comfortable with what we are doing (after 3 years of RVing...just 5 months with the AS, however...before that it was an SOB)...even if you don't want to boondock, many of the state parks have at least partial hookups.

Good luck and we hope you give it a whirl!...TB

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Old 08-13-2007, 07:53 PM   #45
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I think u have had a knee-jerk reaction to the opionions of others. I know there are lots of quiet places in these United States. Although we still dont own one ,at least not this yr,we will not give up our dream of owning an Airstream and traveling to see friends and family across the US.
Don't give up so easily Try it and U deceide Dont let other deciede for U.
Lot Of Luck
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Old 08-14-2007, 09:48 AM   #46
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Thanks for the nice, sweet, encouraging replies........

We'll be at the N Ga Fairgrounds for the Fallalluminum Rally @ site 48(around 5:00 ) Obviously things aren't near as "bad" as I was thinking, even if I don't want to go within 200 miles of Disneyland . Open, uncrowded places are of my tastes, & Big Bend State Part in Texas is definitely on my list .
We'll see what happens, & I'll keep everyone posted as to what purchase I may make. Thanks again.

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Old 10-14-2007, 10:25 PM   #47
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Big Bend is awesome, we went last april and there were no crowds. One of the campgrounds there, had maybe 5 rv's, it was nice and quiet. We got our airstream last feb, i would never go back to sleeping in hotels again, to many bed bugs. hehe
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Old 10-15-2007, 02:29 AM   #48
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I gotta agree with comments on hotels.
Especially when CSI first hit the air, and they liked to shine the black lights around a hotel room to show all of the -ahem- biological spillage around the room.
Sure its hollywood, and maybe the exagerated it a little, but I prefer to take my own bed sheets thank you.
Along with my own pillow, comforter, bed, toilet seat, toilet, TP, shower, coffee maker- you get the idea.

Theres a nice varitety of campsites out there. Unfortunalty the current fad with privatly run places is to bulldoze the site to stack as many 50' busses in as possible, because that's where the money is.
But, as many have stated, there's plenty of federal, state, county & municipal campgrounds out there. Along with many private places that still "get it". Finding these gems is half the fun.

Champagne wishes and Caviar dreams!
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