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Monday, January 21, 2013

A week ago I arrived here at Stagger Lee Music Park.
I thought I'd get a blog post up before this but I've been busy with park stuff and trying to get my motor home cleaned up. Between the very fast travel schedule I keep while merchandising, and the holidays, I had an amazing amount of clutter. Anyone who tells you A Rolling Stone Gathers No Moss: they lie. Staying put for a while is going to be great: I need to catch up with myself.
Now I'm settled in.
I unloaded the scooter, which pleased me by starting right up.
I set out my patio furniture and inversion table.
I hung my awning lights.
So - campground pictures.
It is winter, so the park is pretty much empty. That's about to change, though, because workers for a local plant shut-down will be staying with us and we hope to be busy.
That's right, folks - RV camping is not just for retired people who planned right. There are construction workers and travel nurses and all sorts of workers whose jobs take them to many places for relatively short periods of time. They build highways and refurbish plants and staff health care facilities and install gas lines - and live in their RV's while they do it.
Yes, I've been out in the canoe already. There is an alligator, but I haven't seen it.

3 comments:

  1. Looks downright homey...cept the alligator thing!

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  2. Good to hear from you again!! Yes, clutter. Hate it. Wish someone would come clean mine up! Small spaces are clutter magnets. I keep telling myself everyday that I'll get to it...is adding to it the same? eeks. Looks comfy there.

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  3. I'd love to go canoeing again. wow, hope it's a little alligator...that would scare me. Gosh, someday. look forward to more of this adventure

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