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For dog owners, keeping our furry friends from barking and picking up after them are musts.
s you enjoy the camping experience, don’t lose sight of how you and your family’s actions may affect others. Keep an eye on your kids, whether they’re at the jumping pillow or the swimming pool, and teach them to follow walkways and roads, even if the shortest distance is through someone else’s campsite.
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