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Old 08-31-2013, 03:59 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by jmactootall View Post
If they put you in a spot the campground should expect you to be able to get in and out of it. If the only way in/out is to take out a few flowers then "goodbye flowers". I would say sorry to the flower lady but I have to have some room to move.
I feel pretty much the same way. It is the campground's responsibility to assign you a site that you can get in and out of. If you can't because of this flower box, it would also be the campground management's responsibility to approach the lady and resolve the problem. You should not have to deal with her at all, IMHO.

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Old 09-04-2013, 04:02 PM   #22
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Hey Gang;

The situation has been rectified so to speak. I had been planning to tear down my onsite deck and rebuild a different one for the new camper. After the deck demo was complete I took some measurements and found that I can angle the camper on the site in a way that will allow me to put it in and out of the site much easier. hell if they would let me cut down a small tree it could be a pull thru lol. Anyway Problem solved and I wanted to say thanks to everyone who threw in their 2 cents.

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