at the campground we were staying at this weekend, two young families pulled up in a crew cab with a pop up. When they set up, they used the stabilizer bars to jack the camper up. They put a board to act as a chalk behind the wheels that wasn’t even an inch in diameter. They were on an incline and they didn’t level the camper so that it was slanted. Anyway I tried to mind my business, but I was stepping out of the vault toilet when one of the ladies was walking in. I asker her “first time?” She said yes. So I figured I would give them a hand. I walked up and asked the guys if they needed help. They said no. I said I only asked since the camper wasn’t level and one guy said, “It isn’t going anywhere.” I walked away. Trying to decide if it is good etiquette to offer advice, insight, help, etc...when not solicited. In this case, I was concerned for their safety and the camper. In the end, they parked the truck behind the camper (still unlevel) to keep it from rolling back? Was I out of line? Enquiring minds want to know.