Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Week Two Completed

We will be leaving the park when we finish our shift at 9:00 PM. We usually just stay the night and drive home Wed. morning.  I think we can be back in Milledgeville at 11:30 PM. If we don’t like the drive tonight we will return to waiting until Wed AM.

One of our Visitors

The weather has continued to be pretty cool and windy today.  Only three campers remain in the park.  One camper left earlier today after a three day visit.  I spoke with her today as I was making my first round of the park.  I have enjoyed being able to talk with visiting campers this week. Jennifer and I got to visit as she was preparing her rig to leave. Jennifer was putting the finishing touches on stowing her kayak. Jennifer lives locally and comes to the park to chill and relax. She likes to visit the park when it isn’t crowded. Her Winnebago Class “C” seems to be the perfect rig for her and her fur kid. I am sure we will get to visit again before the season is out.

Ms. Jennifer getting ready to head-out

 Judy and I spent some of the day doing house cleaning chores at the office and our rig.  I cleaned the glass doors, dusted all the counter surfaces and vacuumed.  Judy took care of getting all our food stuffs put away, cleaned and mopped the restroom (I did it last time). So we are ready to go but we have to finish our shift! We will also have a turnover with Ed and Char once they return to the park around 6:00PM.  

For lunch I picked up a takeout meal from a nearby greasy spoon, (and I do mean greasy) – Shorty’s Barbecue. I am not sure we will be ready to reorder anytime soon.

The Dumpster Dawg from Shorty's (barbeque, hotdog,and chilli) - Mrs. Obama would not approve!

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  1. Interesting way to store her kayak.

  2. Karen & Al,
    Jennifer told me she devised her method of kayak transport after she found she could not fit into her rig. She doesn't carry a towed car. To get the kayak in the verticle position she uses a two wheel pulley system. I was impressed with the set-up.