The Marine campground, called Lunga Point, is small and very, very hard to get a reservation because it's so nice. Marti gave them a call and low and behold, they had two sites available. A few minutes later, with a reservation booked, we headed out.
We arrived and checked in, the campground sits on a nice little lake.
Paperwork done, we headed to out site, only to find this:
The site had not be vacated by the previous camper. I knocked on the door but nobody was around. Marti called the office and they gave us another site, which was even nicer.
How's this for a view out the front windshield?
While I set up the satellite dish, Marti took Zoe the Wonder Dog (as in I wonder if she's going to jump in the lake) for a walk around our site.
We settled in, had a nice lunch and low and behold, a cell phone rang. It was mine this time and it was my boss, calling ME on a Saturday! He kind of rambled around on some vague plans and ideas he has for next year. Ok, then. Don't know why that call had to be made on a weekend, but...whatever.
Later, we watched the sunset, haven't seen one like this in a long time.
To borrow from Howard of RV-Dreams, this site has the "IT" factor. Marti says it's her favorite campground that she's ever been in. I have to agree, $21 a night for a 50 amp FHU site. Military campgrounds will certainly help our fulltime budget when we get on the road.
Now to find ways to get here more often!
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