Dealing with neighbors at campground
So, I was just wondering if/when this happened to others here, how you dealt with similar situations....
Were at a campground near Lancaster, Pa, pulled in friday afternoon. I spoke briefly with my neighbor when he came out of his rv, and it was a friendly chat, he seemed like a nice guy. He mentions that they are heading back to California after the weekend, before the snow flies..
He went back inside, and we did not see him again all day friday.
It was a chilly evening, so we lit our campfire around 7pm, and had a few drinks, listening to the radio (at the usual low volume).
I'm early to bed/early to rise kind of guy, so we doused our fire at 10pm, and I always be sure to do it 100%, no smoke or even steam before i retire.
5am saturday, I get up, and run to a local spot for a morning coffee (I parked in a nearby parking lot, so as to not wake any campers with my loud exhaust and my early morning schedule, as always) I return at 530 or so and light another fire (its 45 degrees out).
We are eating breakfast around 8 when he appears around the RV, and I say good morning, to which he replies "Not really.. you were blowing smoke into our RV all night and all morning" I apologize (although I don't understand why) and say "I wish you would have said something, I would have put it out" to which he replies "doesn't matter now, were leaving" And promptly packs up shop, and rolls out.
I'm left feeling like I ruined his experience on one hand, but on the other hand, I'm thinking maybe hes just "one of those people", and ce la vie.
I will add that our sites are what I would consider large, with our fire ring being 15' or so from his RV.
Anyone had similar experiences they would care to share?
2010 sunset trail ST26RK, 2012 Nissan Titan SV crew cab, equalizer hitch / Pine Grove, Pa