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Vacation thoughts #1

We are away for a few days of much needed vacation, time away from the ordinary. We are the nicest campground I have ever stayed in, by far.
We are the smallest outfit in the place and I am kinda glad, although some day we would like to have something bigger with a bathroom.

As I look through this campground and I think about the fact of economic nightmares in the United States, I am glad we have such a sensible way to have fun and get away. Most of the other rigs in this place are many thousands of dollars to purchase and sadly they are many more thousands to operate. Camping in anything other than a tent is not cheap. If we go enough, to the right places we could pay for ours in a year with the savings, we just need to stay focused on the joy of being together as family and not get sidetracked into thinking we have to have bigger and better. We really love our little camper.

Anyway, we have an awesome pull through spot, concrete pad, fire ring , swimming pool, matter of fact we have access to 2 outdoor pools, one indoors, 2 hot tubs, a kiddie pool, and a lazy river. Wow, this place is great. We have some plans but I would just love to sit right here and read, cook all the meals over an open fire and enjoy peace and quiet.

A really nice gentleman came over yesterday when he saw me wrestling with the awning and helped me get that set up.

God is good to us and I praise Him.

Ronnie

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August 7, 2011 - Posted by | Uncategorized

2 Comments »

  1. Had a pop up for years and will get another when I can. Before you move up rent a few times. For us the location was the key. While your kids are young the swimming pools are an asset. As they grow up you may prefer solitude to amenities. We preferred primitive sites on lakes or mountain streams where privacy was the best asset. Rented a couple of motor homes and found that it was harder to use one in areas that didn’t have a neighbor 10′ away. When we go back to camping in the next few years it will be with a pop up. .

    Comment by Jim Scott, Pastor for the Cripple Creek Circuit | August 7, 2011 | Reply

  2. It is great that you can take them almost anywhere, they’re cheap to operate, and easy to pull.

    Comment by imagebearer | August 8, 2011 | Reply


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