Got some great comments on yesterday’s post (and one spam comment that I deleted, the first comment I’ve had to do this to). Thanks to all of you for those interesting viewpoints.
The comments got me thinking, we so often talk about the RV “Lifestyle”, but I realized there are many lifestyles within the lifestyle.
There are hardcore boondockers like Tioga George and Kevin and Ruth, who rarely stay in established campgrounds. Others enjoy COE parks, National and State parks, sometimes with hookups to commune with nature. Then there are the resort campers who have to have FHUs and an entire list of activities that fill up the days.
The beauty of it all is there is no right way or wrong way to RV, it’s up to each one to find their perfect lifestyle. We’re counting our blessings to be able to do what we want to do.
At our site in the FamCamp today we got new visitors and they’ll be here a while. I took their picture, you folks with the great wildlife pictures no longer have anything on me! Here’s a cat and a deer that have taken up residence right down the street from us.
They are starting construction of a new police station here on the base. We’re going to enjoy watching the work going on over there. Guess we don’t have to worry about noisy generators for a while. ;c)
The New Jersey shore is lined with lighthouses that were constructed to provide safe sailing for mariners. Some are still operational, others have been decommissioned and turned over to the state or local towns for a new life as tourist attractions.
New lighthouses haven’t been built in years, but we found a brand new lighthouse that was built for a completely different mission:
It’s an ice cream store, and it has great ice cream. A whole different kind of tourist attraction.
We’re looking forward to taking little Anabelle there in the not too distant future for some ice cream. Yep, looks like she’s screaming for ice cream already. ;c)
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