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Western Sky Ranch

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Posted: 12/17/12 02:36pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Hello,

Senior member here new to the forums and to RV'ing. The DW and I were wondering, while at the campground, how many beers/sodas can you take from a neighboring RV'ers outside cooler before it's considered rude and un-neighborly?

I mean, if you each take only a couple drinks and make sure there is plenty of ice left in their cooler that should be Ok, right?.

Now usually I will not do this unless my neighbor is out hiking, kayaking etc.. Because I know they have beverages with them and can drink them at will.

Trust me, I know some of you are in the, "You can't take any, it's not yours!" camp but this isn't about that. Stick to the OP's original question!!

While were at it, what's the best tire for my vehicle? Don't worry about which vehicle, just tell me cause I'm on my way to buy some right now! If I can't afford to buy the red or yellow generator, which is the quietest commercial grade one? Can I carry/tow this RV with my 1500?

I also got a rude stare from my neighbor RV'er while watching everything they were doing today. That was not very neighborly if you ask me! Let's see if I walk over to their spot with my small doggie off his leash tonight and talk his ear off! That'll show'em!

Anyhow, thanks for your input, we'll do our best to read the comments and fail to respond to any specific questions or tell anyone what we ultimately chose and what our personal findings were.



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Macktee

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Posted: 12/17/12 02:44pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I'm thinking that you may have taken too many beers already. Not much sense being made here. Macktee


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marly

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How many drinks may I take from your cooler before you complain? The cooler is some other persons property. KEEP YOUR HANDS OUT OF IT unless you are invited to help yourself !!!!!!!!!!!

Turbo Diesel Dude

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Posted: 12/17/12 02:52pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Now, I'm really confused as if I weren't before. LOL


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Western Sky Ranch wrote:

Hello,

Senior member here new to the forums and to RV'ing. The DW and I were wondering, while at the campground, how many beers/sodas can you take from a neighboring RV'ers outside cooler before it's considered rude and un-neighborly?


I think you must have been camped beside me at Pomme de Terre SP a few years back. Only problem is you took everything except the jelly!!


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I think you're doing your RV neighbor a big favor by making sure he rotates his beer with fresh stock. There is no limit that I know of...
And, you're being extra nice by leaving the ice and saving him that expense.

Tires? Buy whatever is on sale. Don't worry about where they are made and how old they are......

And yes, your 1500 will pull any RV.

I understand your post.

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Posted: 12/17/12 03:02pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

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Posted: 12/17/12 03:04pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

And what's really fun is to watch your neighbor get his rearend chewed when the DW comes out and wants a beer and none are left.





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I get it, I believe you're offering a tongue-in-cheek comment about the forums.
I think though that it's somewhat troll-ish and going to stir up trouble.

I do hope you have a wonderful holiday!


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K Charles

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Can I quote you on that?





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