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Old 07-12-2016, 01:27 PM   #21
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No flashing other than for an emergency signal. Lighting at a campsite is sort of an extension of freedom of expression and brings with it the responsibility not to go over the top and turn your site into a circus marquee. We try to find secluded sites at a campground that offer some screening from activities at a neighbor site. We do not do anything that might bring attention to our site, both sight and sound.
Gee Bassdogs you better not come to where I spend the winter at in SoCal.. Lots of people have laser light shows on the side of their trailers..
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Gee Bassdogs you better not come to where I spend the winter at in SoCal.. Lots of people have laser light shows on the side of their trailers..
Very little chance that that would ever happen as we seek out quiet and private site options and almost never stay in showy private CGs. Our feelings maybe best explained by saying; when we drive into something like Pidgeon Forge we hold our breath and pass thru as quickly as possible to reach our CG inside the Natl Park or a private CG that doesn't have a name that includes references to a cartoon character or advertise their amenities.

Too each their own here in America, we are free to choose what we like. The majority of us don't camp just so we can compete in a campsite lightshow contest. If we ever find ourself in a CG that you describe, we would pack up and move on after advising the management the reason for our early exit.
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Very little chance that that would ever happen as we seek out quiet and private site options and almost never stay in showy private CGs. Our feelings maybe best explained by saying; when we drive into something like Pidgeon Forge we hold our breath and pass thru as quickly as possible to reach our CG inside the Natl Park or a private CG that doesn't have a name that includes references to a cartoon character or advertise their amenities.

Too each their own here in America, we are free to choose what we like. The majority of us don't camp just so we can compete in a campsite lightshow contest. If we ever find ourself in a CG that you describe, we would pack up and move on after advising the management the reason for our early exit.
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Very little chance that that would ever happen as we seek out quiet and private site options and almost never stay in showy private CGs. Our feelings maybe best explained by saying; when we drive into something like Pidgeon Forge we hold our breath and pass thru as quickly as possible to reach our CG inside the Natl Park or a private CG that doesn't have a name that includes references to a cartoon character or advertise their amenities.

Too each their own here in America, we are free to choose what we like. The majority of us don't camp just so we can compete in a campsite lightshow contest. If we ever find ourself in a CG that you describe, we would pack up and move on after advising the management the reason for our early exit.
Better look at my sig line... I don't stay in campgrounds.. I BOONDOCK. This is what other boondockers have done around me for entertainment at night
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