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RE: Boycott “No Campfires”

My original message simply states that although I would rather sit by a wood fire, I am not going to register with places that don’t allow at least propane campfires. Yes those business owners have complete right to make that limitation...but they will lose some number of potential customers. I guess i’m a “tent” camper at heart, now with a RV. Never sit inside my rig...it’s all still about “camping”.
Yolue 10/10/19 04:29pm General RVing Issues
RE: Boycott “No Campfires”

And to clarify...I always respect and obey a burning ban. but I stated that campfires are so important to people, that some have canceled when they learned that we were in a ban.
Yolue 10/10/19 02:16pm General RVing Issues
RE: Boycott “No Campfires”

My recent “no propane campfires” experience had nothing to do with a fire ban. was simply the private park’s rules. Near my small trailer park we lost 14,000 acres of mostly public lands last year...started by lighting. Forest have always had fires...the question is how much of our “rights” do we lose to protect against the possibility of a fire? Years ago I struggled with a missouri county over their ban on swimming from lake shores. In the public meeting a ranger said “mr...have you ever pulled a drowned young girl out of a lake?”. I responded...”no and that has to be the most horrible experience...but then maybe you should drain the lake”. Towns all over america have or will ban winter sledding in their parks. How far we will let this kind of “protection” go?
Yolue 10/10/19 02:12pm General RVing Issues
Boycott “No Campfires”

We RVers need to Boycott places that don’t allow a special part of the camping experience...”campfires”. It’s bad enough that so many places don’t allow wood fires but not allowing propane campfires is beyond ridiculous. We carry in our RV a variety of equipment and supplies for a campfire and it’s so disappointing to not be able to use them and enjoy that experience. I own a small RV park and when we are in a burning ban I have had people cancel their reservation...”Really, we can’t have a campfire?...we will book another time” I will not book anymore places that don’t allow a campfire.
Yolue 10/10/19 12:54pm General RVing Issues
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