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Franzke said that townspeople also circulated petitions characterizing the campground owners and their clients as "pedophiles who are after your children.".
Cindy Parrys home on the Hawk Hill Community Land Trust.Chaz and Jim have owned Cactus Canyon for eighteen years and operate it; they are onsite most of the time and available for whatever makes your stay more enjoyable.But its their lives.Continue Gay Campground Owners Sue Neighbors For Alleged Hate Crimes m, March 20, 2006 (Springfield, Missouri) For the past seven years Charles Franzke and James Thideman have worked to build their Cactus Canyon Campground into a popular resort for gay men in this Ozarks community.Until the lawsuit quieted things down, Franzke said, he was sleeping in his tennis shoes, a loaded gun nearby.American Family Association provides attorney, stephen.The Center for Law and Policy was established in 1990 and is the legal arm of the American Family Association, college locker room men sex stories Inc.They affect not only us in Missouri but across the nation.Crampton of the American Family Association Center for Law and Policy is representing Dan Fish, Shannon Watterson, the incorporators of the hog business, and Watterson's wife Trish.Tenting is allowed most everywhere from communal sites near all the activity to remote primitive sites scattered through the forest.Weve come a long ways.For a place that, before, people used to hide and not be out, its now a community,.Campground owners' appeal for help.Cabins are creek side and have the sound of moving water.Rustic showers (left) and dorm rooms that can be rented (right).Kolr10 (Springfield, Missouri May 2006 Owners of a mens campground east of Ava say theyve been targeted multiple times over the past seven years.
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Cabins do not have running water/facilities nor are air-conditioning/heating.

A swimmers towel at the pool.
I feel a lot more comfortable around gay people than I do around straight people, said Craig Nelson, 62, sitting beside his 32-foot camper on a plot decorated with elephant ears, weigelas and other plants.
In court papers, they claim five of their neighbors conspired to drive them off their property.