Now this means nothing about nothing, but I still chuckle.
2 years ago we planned a trip to Custer SP with several friends. When I made reservations for all of us at Custer's Gulch CG they asked if I needed satellite. I did, my buddy's did not, but we still wanted to be by each other - booked! In the meantime my buddy and I chatted about satellite antennas over most the winter. After months of grueling, he decided to go cautious and get the portable tailgater because of trees. For the rest of the spring, I had to listen to him talk about why he got a portable
(we are good friends). The day came and we pulled into Custer Gulch. My Travler locked instantly. He took his brand new tailgater out of the box and we tried to get a signal on his for hours, in fact over a period of days. After 2 days, he asked if he could run cable and put his tailgaiter on my roof next to my roof mount. I smiled and said yes and "bingo", instant satellite lock!
Moral of the story - nothing really, I got my moment to rub it in. I never told him the park selected my space on satellite reception.
Pretty campground BTW -