|Bentley and Nonni - Chillin'|
Could not believe it is January and the temp was 69! There were people in shorts everywhere. Two of the guys from the Kayak Club were even in trunks - although I didn't see them brave the waters.
Then, to get some inspiration and my mojo back, I drove around the overnight campsites. I noticed there were a ton of pull-behinds but not many motor homes. Why is that I wonder?
I also noticed that they all grouped together. Why would they do that? I would have asked the park for a sight away from the others. I don't mean to be anti-social, but I certainly wouldn't travel and go to the lake in my get-away-from-it-all RV rig, just to park 5 feet from somebody. Especially in the Off Season! I don't get it.
They also all were parked in the sites closest to the main road. I would have chosen one on the back side, the most remote area, as close to the lake as possible - with a view of the lake! Am I missing something?
And to continue with this theme, I also noticed that a LOT of the pads or drives or whatever you call it, weren't for long homes or trailers. Most were for, what looked like to me, 24' or shorter. I bet the spaces that could accommodate a toy hauler are booked fast. That will certainly make finding places to stay interesting for me when I do get on the open road. I can't wait for that day.
On another note: my brakes in my sweet, old '93 Buick are squealing. I did not know that until I was driving at very low speeds today with my windows down. So, I drove around with my left foot on the brake. I know that's not good for a car, especially an old one, but I could just hear my blogger friend John and some others talking about this rude lady in her noisy car that drove through the park disrupting everyone's peace and quiet. LOL. I didn't want them blogging about me tonight! Ha!
I hope everyone everywhere had as beautiful a day as we did - sunshine or not. Love and hugZ!