The week before Memorial Day weekend we were very busy getting the park “spruced up” and making sure all utilities throughout the park were in good working order. All sites (64) had been reserved weeks in advance so we knew a lot of people would be in the park.
Most of the campers were checked in on Friday. With a full house, my partner Jim and I were busy keeping the comfort stations clean and stocked with supplies. In the evening we patrolled and delivered firewood to campsites, and of course we were available to take care of the needs of the camper. Luckily, we did not have to do much “rule enforcement”.
Full House! The Marina was BUSY too
The park also sponsored kid’s activities and a horseshoe tournament for adults. Both of the events were very popular with the park campers. Many of the campers are already looking forward to their Fourth of July visit just so they can participate in the activities again.
Making a pine cone bird feeder Judy making kids picture button
Horse shoe Action Fun at the playground
Tue only three campers remained in the park. Judy insisted on helping me with the park clean-up. By the time we finished, you could not tell any campers had been at the park. We cleaned all 64 sites and comfort stations. At the end of the day we were both tired and ready for our two days off.
That is all for now. Thanks for stopping by.
Next blog: in about a week