Nothing burns my butt more than to see some idiot block the boat ramp. We were at the lake one weekend and a storm came up. Everybody was rushing to get out of the water. I pulled up to the dock (well away from the ramp), tied the boat off and walked to the parking lot to get my truck. I got in line (with everybody else) to back down the ramp and I'm sitting there looking at this one ramp. Well, nobody is backing down it, nobody is coming out, so I pulled over and started backing down. This fool has pulled his boat right up to the end of the ramp and tied off. He is about 4 people behind me in line. Now he has blocked the ramp so nobody else could use it. It made me so mad, I backed my trailer right down the ramp and cocked it sidways within inches of his boat, walked down the dock (in no hurry at this point) got my boat and proceeded to load it on the trailer. His wife is yelling at me not to hit their boat. So ,I told her (in not so polite words) how stupid her husband was and that if he hadn't parked his boat there, she wouldn't have to worry about anybody hitting it. Anyway, with all that said, common courtesy is to tie off out of the way, get your trailer in the water, then bring your boat to the trailer. Am I the only one who thinks this is the right thing to do?