FIGJAM wrote:Would there even be a placed camp at 7&I?
FIGJAM wrote:Still nothing at 7&I though.
EspressoDude wrote:Since the letter streets are curved, looking corner to corner does not result in the edge of the street, so the curve needs to be flagged in several places along a block.
maladroit wrote:. Came back around noon and found my trailer had been dragged partly into the street, and my neighbors informed me that someone was walking back to get their RV and shoehorn it between their camp and the wall of my hexayurt (no more than 10-12 feet). I set things back up the way they were, the RV arrived, and was encouraged to move right along.
Jackass wrote:... ... At the very least a severe verbal lashing, starting with," WTF are u thinking?..."
trilobyte wrote:Wow, maladroit, that sounds crazy - I don't think I've ever heard of such a bold and jerky move.
It's probably worth noting that when it comes to camping solo, it would be wise to connect with the neighbors where you can. Especially if you're going to be leaving for a big chunk of the day to go get someone from the airport. It does require investing a bit more in personal relationships, but aside from saying hello and making a friend or three, you can possibly enlist their help in watching your back. Who knows - it might even be possible that they can move one of their vehicles into the void while you're away.
maladroit wrote:It didn't enter my mind that someone would drag someone else's trailer into the street in order to make room for their own setup.
ygmir wrote:Everyone loves you there, and no one cares a shit about you..........all at once. and vice versa.
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