Turns out a spot opened up, and we ended up staying a total of 9 nights, 2 boondocking + a week of full hookups. We accomplished a lot here, but we were ready to leave. This park is 55+ except for guests, so the kids always had to be under our direct supervision = no scootering around despite great paved roads. With that said, they had a great time hanging out around our campsite. The sites have a nice amount of room between them.
Things we caught up on:
1-Steve fixed the shower. Wahoooo!! That had been a long time coming!
2-Washing the truck.
3-More waxing the RV.
4-Going through the kids' clothes again.
6-A little R&R. The last month has been a whirwind of activity!
We also visited Sierra Pines Church in Oakhurst. Very friendly church! They had a special 'guest speaker' Curt Cloninger. He is a one man show actor who performed a skit acting out who God is not. We all enjoyed his message. If you ever get a chance to hear him, I highly recommend it.
We also came to Sierra Pines for their Trunk or Treat on Halloween, which was really more like a Fall Festival. The kids had a blast playing games. Their favorite was a game called the "Cake Walk," kind of like musical chairs except with tape on the floor. When the music stopped, if your number was called, you got to pick your choice of homebaked good! Yummm!
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Other than that, while here, Steve was approached by a lady who was a freelance write about writing an article about us. Kinda weird, but we honored her request, and we answered lots of questions. I'm curious to see if anything will come of it....