Re: a comment and a question
I travel as a solo woman, and stay at alot of Walmarts. I've never had a problem or felt unsafe. Only once. And I
just felt it as soon as I pulled in the parking lot. I looked up crime in the area, and sure enough, it was a high
crime area. I left. So I just trust my instincts, and I am fine. And I also don't advertise I am alone. I keep a
low profile. If I go to the store I leave the radio playing. When I return to my RV from the store, I knock on the
door as if someone is there, and then just let myself in. As far as staying at a Casino... that to me is a mix of
alcohol and some desperation. Thanks, but as a single woman I'll stay away from them. I'm sure they are
probably safe, but just not my cup of tea. Trust your instincts, and be sure to follow them. Jeannie
--- In walmartrving@..., "dutch_12078" <yahoo.mail <at> ...> wrote:
> Are there 3,000 plus casinos in the US that allow RV overnighting?
> --- In walmartrving@..., "Ray C, VA7CUM" <svpuffins36 <at> > wrote:
> > We have stayed at WalMarts with questionable security. I would stay at Casinos where the security in much
superior to that of the WalMarts.
> > --- In walmartrving@..., "amani4779" <amani4779 <at> > wrote:
> > >
> > > Hi,
> > > Am currently staying in Durango, CO. The Walmart here clearly has NOP signs up and it is not designed for
easy entrance/ exit for longer RV's. However, I have seen smaller RV's in the lot (I tend to shop at 6 AM to
avoid the maddening crowd)on several days. Don't know if they are employees, snuck in, or that Walmart is
becoming more lax.
> > >
> > > Question: I am a solo on wheels w/ a trailer. Am wondering how safe it is for a single woman to overnite in a
Walmart parking lot...?