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« Reply #30 on: July 27, 2012, 02:18:00 PM »

The man and wife do not own the grounds any longer it belongs to a David which owns 3 in AZ so I was told
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« Reply #31 on: July 27, 2012, 05:31:48 PM »

and yes, there are a couple listed in western Canada:

http://www.campgayusa.com/CAMPGROUNDS.html


I checked and there are in fact NONE in western Canada.  There are a couple in BC but that's not the west.  There are exactly zero combined between Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.  Which doesn't surprise me.  The fact that there are some in BC is surprising only for how few there are in that land of fruits and nuts.
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« Reply #32 on: July 27, 2012, 06:00:38 PM »

I had a small park in Kentucky turn me away because I wasn't "born again".



I would chance the the gay camp, before id put up being turned away by the" born again "
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« Reply #33 on: July 28, 2012, 05:19:33 AM »

You know when this thread first went up I thought it was a good idea.  Having never run across such a thing (homosexual hideaway or a born again RV park) I thought “this is good to know.”  As I am pretty sure no one would want to immerse themselves in a lifestyle that they evidently did not support or care for.  I think most of us understand that. 

It appealed to me on that aspect, “here is a place I should avoid.”

This country was founded on diversity, it is for lack of a better analogy “a melting pot” of different races of people and cultures.  Like it or not, it is their property and they can restrict access to anyone they want, and for the most part, there isn’t much anyone can do about it.

No Shirt .. No Shoes .. No Service, see it every day in America. 

Unfortunately, this thread has morphed into cheap shots, and innuendo’s, outright derision against a group of people and their lifestyle.  So whatever was good about it, has long since disappeared and from that point on, well it just got sort of lame. 

And if you are one of them that is doing this (taking cheap shots and trying to be funny) you are just as sad as they are.  BCM moderators need to move this crap to the back burner of the stove, it is tasteless and rude.

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« Reply #34 on: July 28, 2012, 07:03:13 AM »

I agree should not have went as far as it did, figured posting what i did would get this deal over with.
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« Reply #35 on: July 28, 2012, 07:28:33 AM »

One of the main reasons I posted about the campground was anyone that knows us, we like Don and others travel with a grandkid all the time and a 6 year old can ask questions lol my grandkids are very special to me

If the parents want them exposed to some things in life they can do it is not my place my duty is to protect the stinkers if they are in my care  

I do my best It makes no difference to me if the post is moved (it should be ) just beware there are campgrounds out there kids don't belong IMO  It was a good learning experience for me and the wife as we never knew there was those type campgrounds

 I have seen the nudist campgrounds before but I never stayed in one lol   
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« Reply #36 on: July 28, 2012, 09:58:42 AM »

You know I will just bet it was decorated lavishly fabulously . Wink

Fixed that for you.
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« Reply #37 on: July 28, 2012, 02:37:02 PM »

Clifford is right, we both travel with grandchildren and we do have a reponsibility to those dinkers.  It has got to the point where I no longer turn on the CB when we are on the road. 

One thing the years have taught me is to “tolerate” those people who I do not understand.

I tolerate people who “think they know it all” when they do not.

I tolerate others whom “talk down at me or to me."
I tolerate others whom assume I am an “idiot."
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I tolerate others whom assume I will “do it all for them.”

What do you tolerate?

A guy and his wife on vacation spot a sign that reads “Sunshine Acres” so they talk it over and they decide to head up the road and drive the short three miles to this hideaway.  Unbeknown to them, they are headed for a nudist colony with their two small children in the back seat.

As they round the curve, they spot a group of adults coming directly towards them on bicycles, all of which are nude and wearing nothing.  Apprehensive about the small children in the back seat the wife looks at the husband and says to him, “What do we do?” 

He shruggs his shoulders.

Motoring down the road a little way, the little girl stands up in the backseat and says to her mother, “Mom, did you see those people?” and the mother says, “Yes hon, I sure did.”  The little girl then says, “Not one of them was wearing a helmet.”

I guess what I am trying to say here is “It is all in the way you look at it.”

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« Reply #38 on: July 28, 2012, 06:00:46 PM »

This topic has strayed quite a bit, but I just wanted to point out re:BCO's story, that nudity is really not a big deal even for kids.  People make too much of it.  After all, there are really no surprises there.  Open sexuality is an issue though.  We were at a hot springs campground that had separate tubs for man and women.  They said that they had had a problem with gay men coming there and using the tubs inappropriately.  This behavior would not be acceptable no matter what the orientation or gender.  I guess one lesson is that it is good to call ahead.

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