We found this comment on the Facebook group Full Time RV Living. We couldn’t resist passing it along.
Any RVer who’s spent any time in an RV park has had his or her share of obnoxious neighbors. They play their boomboxes late at night, watch Rambo movies on the outdoor TVs with the speakers cranked way up, or smoke their cigars right under your bedroom window.
But here’s a new one we suspect you’ve never heard before. The post reads:
“I’m not sure how to handle this. The trailer spot we were given for 15 days is next to a man that is feeding the sea gulls…. and I’m telling you it looks like an Alfred Hitchcock birds movie.
“The campground let us move to a different spot until Saturday but then we have to move back to the spot next to this guy. Any idea how to drive off the gulls he is feeding? There are about 100-130 birds. Maybe I’m being too sensitive but the birds are being aggressive, they are pooping all over the site, and I really don’t want a ton of it all over my new trailer especially on top of the slide. The campground seems unwilling to talk to him; also the spot is already paid for.”
What do you think? Please leave a comment.