Friday, May 30, 2014

What Are They Thinking?

Most places we park our home on wheels, almost everyone understands basic campground etiquette: Don't walk through someone else's site. About the only people we see doing that are children. But it seems the tourists here in Nashville, at least those in Two Rivers Campground, never got the message. Maybe they don't RV very often. I'll bet they don't walk through strangers' yards back home, wherever that is.

This morning, in the matter of about 30 minutes, one couple with two dogs walked through our little piece of green grass, looking for the dog walk. Another man walked through on his way to the restroom and back. Then two couples passed through with items they had purchased at the RV dealer next door.

What bugs me most is that these people are too lazy to walk to the end of the row and back up another road. Instead, they cut through where they don't belong.


  1. Could not agree with you more. We see it all too often. Why do people think it is OK to pass through a space another has rented?

  2. One of our pet peeves too, we watched it happening all Memorial Day weekend by kids and adults. Just don't think some people get that for the time the yard is really the renters, had to explain that to our campground owners 6 yr old grand daughter last year, she was going around checking out the seasonal sites when no one was there.

  3. If that's the first time you've run into rude campers, you're lucky. It's one of my pet peeves too.

  4. We feel the same way...very rude!!!