Why? Well because most of the campers were pulling out of the park and we would be back to peace and quiet.
Our last busy weekend is over. It wasn't a bad one, but we did have one group who caused a few complaints. Nothing serious, but when you lumped all their issues together they simply weren't real pleasant to have around. If the park were my own private park, I would not be interested in accepting any reservations from them next year. I'll get some direction from the board at the next meeting as to how they want to handle the situation.
By 4:00pm yesterday afternoon, the park was quiet as can be. There are still quite a few seasonal trailers here, but the majority of the people have gone home. I think there were only two seasonal trailers being used last night, and we have one site occupied by couple who are camping by the day.
We've been going pretty much non stop for more than two months straight, so we're going to take a day or two to mostly just relax. It's a sunny morning so far, and I want to go across the bay and get a picture from a hill over there with the morning sun facing towards the park. And Sharon and Arnie who ran the concession this year have invited us out on their pontoon boat this afternoon, and then we're having them over for dinner.
On to other things, Ruth was interviewed for an article online about the best travel shoes for women over 50. You can read the article here...
And, we wanted to direct you to a New York Times article about retirees who dump their possessions and hit the road. The article mentions our friends Dave and Bonnie who we have met up with several different times during our travels in Mexico.
Ruth, Dave, Kevin, and Bonnie in San Cristobal de las Casas, Mexico.
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