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post #1 of 3 Old May 22nd, 2012, 9:17 am Thread Starter
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MOA anonymous book use etiquette.

I just recently received my BMW MOA anonymous book. I was wondering if someone could coach me on the issue of calling people in it about camping on their property for a night while touring if they have listed a "c" by their name as having a tent spot to camp on.
Is this primarily intended only for use in emergency situations?

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post #2 of 3 Old May 22nd, 2012, 9:23 am
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Re: MOA anonymous book use etiquette.

I think you have to call and ask.
So many people receive so few calls, or no calls, that they may well be happy to have some visitors.
I know others that regularly solicit and have visitors all the time. They seem to be happy with that.
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Re: MOA anonymous book use etiquette.

I'm listed as a room, work space, camping and a bunch of others. If someone called "me" and asked if they could throw a tent up, I have no problems.
Some of my GW buddies in this area had a Winger planning a vacation and he called the folks around here to do the same. Most thought he was crazy but one couple let him and enjoyed it.

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