There’s a new kind of makeover craze that’s posing some serious competition to the mighty overlords at HGTV: RVs. More people are ditching traditional home renovations in favor of decking out their home on wheels.
Here are a few runners up for poor campground etiquette. Though they didn’t make our Top 20 list from last week, they are good to keep in the back of your mind as well to ensure that you’re a good neighbor.
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Last year, I posted something on Facebook asking people to provide examples of horrible campground etiquette — those obnoxious actions of others that take the fun out of RVing. I was blown away by the response. There were close to 1,000 comments posted to the threads. Apparently, I had struck a nerve.
As the lights on the tank monitor turned from green to yellow then quickly to red, I knew by the stunned look on my husband’s face, that there was a problem. Never mind that this particular genius of an idea went against what all the manufacturers recommended and what all the experts advised.