Gosh, what did we do yesterday? Dave got in a 45-mile bike ride yesterday (Sunday), starting fairly early in the morning to be off the road before the day’s heat came on. He’s really enjoying the cycling here. The rest of the day? Vacuumed our living room since we seem to track in some grass here, even with taking off our shoes upon entering. I worked my virtual assistant (VA) job a bit and we had a nice dinner of a couple of catfish fillets I picked up the other day.
We were also awaiting the arrival of two friends and former Reiki students of mine from my days of living in Brenham, TX. Paul and Ann have a 1993 Bounder Class A and are in the process of moving from Texas to Virginia. They are en route to VA and decided to stop here overnight.
In the late afternoon, Paul informed me their ETA was 8:20 and, sure enough, my phone said it was 8:21 PM when they rolled into the park. That’s what I call precise!
Assigned to the site next to us, we had a bit of time to visit before calling it a night.
We resumed our visiting this morning prior to their heading on down the road a bit ago. Sure was good to see them again and we appreciate them taking the time to stop here with us. Did my soul good to be with friends for a bit.
Although our laundry hamper wasn’t full, I got that caught up with an early trip to the laundry room here this morning. Again, an early start means not having to deal with that in the heat of the day. Yay! Dave also was out on the bike early for one final ride here this morning, clocking 35 miles and back well before it really gets warm.
The rest of today? I’ll probably work my VA job a bit, do some major chilling out and then it’s chicken fajitas at home for tonight’s dinner. We have one more day here after today and then will be back on the road Wednesday.
There are two things about this park that I’ll classify as negatives . . .
The dumpster is too small and has been overflowing since our arrival Saturday. Okay, it was the weekend, but it is almost 1 PM and has not been serviced today (Monday). There are a few long-term residents here and the park has been virtually full each night with overnighters stopping in. A larger dumpster is obviously required. This really is not an expensive thing to do and certainly is an aesthetic as well as health issue that is absolutely an easy fix.
The restroom facilities are designed well and there are two of the “suites” as I’ll call them . . . toilet and shower facilities in a large private room. Again, well designed and essentially nice. But. They are not serviced frequently or regularly enough. Although not quite to the point of icky and disgusting, I will say that I’m glad I don’t have to use them.
There really is no excuse for either of these situations. The park is otherwise totally acceptable and we are enjoying our stay here. Well, except for the fact that we’re up front and the window I’m looking out while typing this is a dead-straight view of the overflowing dumpster.
Would we stay here again? Oh probably. The park is fine overall, it is convenient to amenities (groceries, etc.), the cycling is good, there is WiFi and cable, sites are level concrete and the rate is very reasonable.
At any rate, we are very much savoring our down time here. It is so nice to have the chance to chill. It’s also been great to have had friends passing by who took the time and effort to hook up with us.
Life is guid!
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