Hello my lovelies!! Here is me (right) and The Mom. We went to the pool opening ceremony party thing at the Soledad Canyon Thousand Trails. They had a photo booth, so we took some pics. I am hesitant to post pictures of myself due to weight gain, but I think this one is okay.
|Here we are!|
|Gorgeous mountains in spitting distance all around|
I parked the RV next to a bathroom only to find that it was one of the closed ones. Boo! However, I explored today and found an open bathroom a short walk away. Yay! We won't have to use our RV shower.
I mean...our shower's not the worst thing, but we have our litter box in it so it's kind of a pain to dig everything out and clean it before use. Then it's your typical small RV shower/tub and it's hard not to bump the plug. If you do it closes and the little tub fills up with water. I had trouble avoiding this so my mom will have problems too. Then we only have a 5 gallon hot water tank that has to be heated up with our precious propane before we can shower. It won't last long so that means Navy showers where you douse yourself wet and then turn off the water while you soap up and put on shampoo. The you turn on the water again to rinse off. The showerhead handle has an on/off switch to make this easier. (You don't have to shut the water fully off and mess with the water temp each time when you turn it back on).
I love the peaceful atmosphere and scenery of this place. I'm not as upset over the closed bathrooms or electric issues that some people complained about in the reviews. I tested this site's electric before setting up and all was good. We're not hard to please.
This is not really desert. We have loads of vegetation and wildlife. Bobcats even!! The views are stunning in all directions. There was a trail I forced my mother to hike with her walker yesterday. There were so many critters!! OMG!
Today they had a party for the new pool opening. Its a huge pool! We got free eats and everyone was nice. It was fun. RV parties are great because you can just show up and know that people will talk to you even though they don't know you. There's no such thing as wallflowers or feeling left out. You don't have to dress fancy. You don't have to act fancy. It's just down to earth fun!
Look at the trees! I haven't seen trees like this in so long. It was nice and cool too. It's May here and around 60-70 during the day. The nights get pretty cold. Not uncomfortable though. It's long sleeve weather. Much nicer than the heat of Palm Springs.
The local animal shelter was there with all the dogs they felt would be good pets for Rvers. This little guy caught our eye. If the girl had been pushy we would have caved and adopted her. OMG...that face!
But we don't know how to dog. It would be a new thing for us. Also we were worried our cats would tear her to shreds. My cat Scrappy is called Scrappy for a reason, and it ain't just cuz she loves food scraps!
There is loads of space here and it's a beautiful park-like setting. I mean...I LOVE THIS PLACE!!
;o; There. I said it.
This is the sort of place that gets me thinking about buying one of there leased spots and sticking around. But nay...tis too soon for such decisions. Still, we're only 40 miles from LA. This would be a good city to launch my screenplay writing career. :p
So this is our home for the next three weeks. :) I'm liking it so far, but I'll keep you posted!