Sunday, October 16, 2005

Today is an absolutely perfect day, weatherwise, so I took a few pictures of our park for you to see. Park Sierra is a co-op RV park under the Escapees RV Club, which means it was built by the first members 12 years ago. It is the only RV park we have ever been in where the RVs are not parked in rows very close to each other. Here we each have a small lot, with a shed for storage, a cement patio, surrounded by oak trees & Manzanita bushes, with many wild creatures as neighbors: Quail, rabbits, deer, hawks, bobcats, ground squirrels, tree squirrels, and many other birds too. There is a huge clubhouse with a library, billiard room, craft room, laundry room, exercise mezzanine, kitchen, restrooms, and video library. There is also a pole barn for rig repairs and equipment for park maintenance. Volunteers do a lot of the work of the park and costs are kept low this way. We love it here and would welcome visitors when we are in residence. The very best times to visit are in the spring, especially March and April, and the fall, with October being another good month to be here. These are the months when we are usually here too.

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