Camped at a fishing resort last weekend. The resort had about 10 cabins, a large number of seasonal RV's and 4 camping spots. The lots were extremely small, but we figured so, and it didn't matter since we were there to fish, and didn't spend alot of time at our site. DH & I actually like spending time with each other, have similar interests and enjoy each other's company. We work opposite shifts, and I have to work everyother weekend, so a weekend together is somewhat special. It's not that we're anti-social, we'll say hi, or wave to other campers, and have met some nice people when out. Last weekend, just after we set up, a group set up next to us. It was a husband and wife, and a brother-in-law. To make a long story short, they weren't there to fish, just to camp-out, and the wife was obviously there to make new friends. The guys stuck to themselves, but the wife spent her time, forcing herself on us, or the campers on the other side of them, anytime anyone was outside of their tent/PUP. We heard the same old couple of stories time and time again. Now this was a middle aged woman (she told us her age several times) who wore very skimpky, provactive outfits, (not camping appropriate) and changed them at least 4 times a day. I was brought up to "not air your dirty linen in public", but she went on and on, with stories about her life. We tried not to be rude. However, Saturday night, DH & I had been out on the boat all day, and returned just before dark, and were at our picnic table eating. She comes over, literallly standing up against our picnic table relating the same tales of dysfunction over and over again as we attempted to eat our dinner. DH & I just ended up eating and not responding to her. The only way we got away from her was that we had to leave to go a campfire and sing along that one of the seasonal folks invited us to.