Saturday, July 30, 2016

This Campground Doesn't Screw Around

You touch one of their trees, they'll even toss your corpse out.

Probably shouldn't mention their "No Alcohol" policy.


Good thing I had a red solo cup

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  1. Very nice tent. Where were you camping?

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    1. We left it out in the rain and it shrunk. My daughter, her boyfriend and I stayed in a much larger one. The little one only sleeps one. We reserved it for my brother. He farts in his sleep. In the nude.
      We stayed at the Burlingame Campground in Charlestown, Rhode island. It was a lot of fun.

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  2. Was that no cutting the tree if it's dead or alive or you? I guess it depends on if they allow zombies in the campground.

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    1. I'm fairly confident they meant trees. But, leave it to a wiseguy to think otherwise.
      Shoulda seen me correcting the spelling errors on the registration sheet.

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  3. Signs like that scare me. Not for the reason you think. If they felt they needed to put up the sign, it means that there were idiot who tried that. I worry for the human race sometimes.

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    1. I've done a lot of things, but not that. You are correct, of course. I kid about the "No Alcohol" policy, but I really think it's prudent. It gives the campground authority to toss drunk A-Holes from the place. I'm convinced if you're a decent person who doesn't flaunt it or carry on like a frat boy, you're good to go. It's worked for us for 12 years now.

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  4. I approve of hanging with the trees, but where do you go poo-poo?

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    1. With the bears.
      As we all know, they crap in the woods.

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  5. No cutting wood and no bringing in outside wood. It's just so they can charge you $20 for a bundle of firewood. Said bundle consisting of three 2"x4"s salvaged from the construction site down the road and split in half. If you're lucky you can even see the lumber grade stamp left on it or maybe a bent nail. Also no outside wood keeps the 'Johns' out!

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    1. There was also a sign forbidding outside firewood. I won't say I adhered to that sign. I also won't say that I didn't.

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  6. I wonder where they throw the corpses. Fertilizer for their dear trees?

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  7. I need some signs like that for where I live since the power company keeps cutting all the trees in my neighborhood. I'd like to toss their corpses out.

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  8. Well, I was intending to say something witty, but I can't top Sharon above me. Definitely not gonna piss her off!

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  9. They're going to evict dead campers? Sounds harsh.

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  10. Thank you for making me smile this morning

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  11. They don't own nature. Climb that tree! Embrace freedom! This is 'Murrica after all. You can do anything in 'Murrica.

    I hope you're having a good time Al. The booze probably helps.

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  12. They need to tell the tree and limbs to leave the dead and alive alone.

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  13. If you see Clint Eastwood hanging around and calling you Punk, I would leave quietly.

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  14. no chainsaw massacres allowed is a reasonable policy. If you'd had a blue solo cup, you could have been far more incognito. Glad you braved the wilderness and survived

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  15. During my frequent bouts with death, I quite enjoy cutting down trees.

    Love,
    Janie

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  16. Red solo cup I fill you up
    Let's have a party let's have a party

    That sign is a classic!

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