11pm is a rule of consideration of your neighbour surely.eddievanbitz said:Now I am not taking sides however!
11 O'clock is the rule! Who's rule?
Sugar in the petrol tank? and then your camper smashed with a sledge hammer? Would either be acceptable?
Who had the right to be there? Any of you? If so who had more right?
The thing is as I see it, some people have dogs that annoy me some have kids that annoy me, some people have voices that annoy me, motorbikes, quads, smelly BBQ's noisy BBQ's some people play instruments badly, (and loudly) some cook food that stinks, some people stink, some spread out all their stuff all over my pitch, some people play their radios too loud....It goes on and on
The truth is that from time to time my dog may be a nuisance, my kids may have been naughty from time to time, we have set fire to our BBQ's in the past and made a mess, we have got loud when drunk, well you see my drift!
Wild camping is just that! No rules! No one telling you what to do IMO sure from time to time a knob head (2ft Betty Boop remember LOL :wink: ) will run a generator until mid night but he may have been watching his only child receive an award on MTV or some other momentous event in their lives
Hi Eddie I googled Caravan and Camping here are the rules of Old Farm but any site has similar ruleseddievanbitz said:I re-iterate that I am not taking sides!
Can some one point me in the direction of the 11 O'clock rule?
If there is, there will probably be one about annoying laughs or body odour :lol:
I think you have missed the Wild camping bit! :lol:Out with the motorhome near Loch Lomond at the weekend, wild camping. Found a lovely spot up above Aberfoyle in a parking area near the forests
As I said it is a rule of respect and wild camping is different if you have no neighbours--- but surely you would respect a neighbours right to peace and quiet in the countryside :lol: as that is why we wild camp :lol: to listen to the sounds of nature not man. :lol: :lol: :lol:eddievanbitz said:Ahem LocovanI think you have missed the Wild camping bit! :lol:Out with the motorhome near Loch Lomond at the weekend, wild camping. Found a lovely spot up above Aberfoyle in a parking area near the forests
Those rules are for a campsite! :wink:
No Im just trying to show there are many rules in a campsite 8ODTPCHEMICALS said:Hi Mavis , surely wild camping does not fall into camp site rules.