We join a forum to learn, to share points, ideas, repairs, or just simply to chat. Then some get involved as a moderator. At times, this starts to become work, which can take away from what you joined the site for. Some members buy a "new toy" and move on to other sites.
With camping however, it's different. A true camper never really looses interest in this adventure.A great thing about this site is that it is comprised of adults. In forums I've moderated in the past and present (mainly automotive), there are a lot of younger members, and as a mod, you spend most of your time cleaning up language in posts, issuing PM warnings, deleting threads that contain bickering between members, the list goes on.
This site is certainly a breath of fresh air, as folks here talk about camping, their campers, their tow vehicles, with none of the juvenile antics that can come along with other sites I've been members with.
I'm going to enjoy my stay here. Hats off to the staff here past, present, and future that do a great job maintaining it and keeping it this way.
2015 Jayco Jay Featherlight SLX16XRB (TT)
2007 Ford F150 Tow Vehicle (TV)