RV Parks…

rv pks
I have probably ranted about this in some past post that I have long since forgotten. RV parks, I have a love/hate relationship with. Hate is such a strong word, maybe anger/frustration/sadness would work better. We have been involved in RV’s in one way or another, thanks to Norm’s parents since the late/early eighties (?). Parks have sure changed since. The above photo is of our current neighbor, less his diesel work truck. Bear in mind we did not select this spot, but the park is almost predominantly lodged with what I call, squatters. Most rv’s have 1 to 2 motorcycles, 2 or more cars/work trucks and all windows are covered with some sort of shade material. It is like living in a cave, I know. Some have dogs or cats, usually more than two. A very small part of the park has any real, travelling RVers. I see them every night and watch them go in the morning, usually only one or two units. Of course, we are a part of the squatters lifestyle right now. Being up front about this rant. Wi-fi is my next gripe. When a park tells you they have wi-fi, do not get too excited. I have found that really means, someone has wi-fi, just not you. I am always, 1. too far from the source, 2. I am always on at the wrong time, i.e. too many others are using it. Bathrooms and showers. Hit or miss has been my conclusion. The current park, in the men’s ┬áhas one and half showers (the half one looks dubious), two sinks that are very close to each other, too close for men, and one small mirror. Norm says the ladies is nice. I just have to take her word for that. I still will not boon dock (unless we have to) some where because I get frustrated at commercial RV parks. Our very favorite places to stay are the ones that have next to nothing, 10 sites or less, are on dirt roads, in mountains, surrounded by trees (big ones), you have to hold your nose in the toilet, and we are almost the only ones there…

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We live and travel full time in our fifth wheel or cargo trailer. We work for the Lord Jesus Christ in Disaster Relief Ministry. When not doing any of the above we try to have as much fun as we can. Possible items you might find here, in no particular order, dirt bikes, quads, hiking, camping, desert living, building projects, stained glass projects, our family, Bible study, RVing stuff, nutrition comments, and just about anything else we can think of....

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