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Saturday, September 18, 2010

Lake Haven Retreat


I made a big mistake yesterday, and I just want to take a moment to explain.  A few bloggers that I read had been making comments about Health Ins., so when I received an email on the subject that I thought was funny, I thought I would share it.  As soon as it was published, I knew I had made a mistake.  One of the unwritten rules in blogging is no discussion of politics.  I wish to apologize to anyone who took offence by that posting, and, as you can see, I deleted it as soon as I could figure out how to do it.  Let me assure you this will not happen again.


Want to welcome my 2 new followers, Susan and Karen.  Hope you enjoy the ride.


I hope I didn’t leave the impression that this is a fancy RV Park, because it is not.  It is nice and she keeps it very clean, but we are stacked in here like sardines.  That is probably why it is cheaper, but the grounds are nice and they are very helpful with any problems that may arise. 




As you can see, there is pavement part of the way around this side of the park, but it is mostly gravel, with smatterings of grass.  Not putting it down, just trying to describe what it is like.  As you will be able to tell from the picture of the lake, there are more sites on the other side of the lake.  They are cheaper, by the month, but offer no cable and very weak wifi.  They also offer a small amount of tent camping, and there are often people here tenting.


Panorama 33


There is also a gaggle of geese here.  They were here last year.  I love watching them, but don’t like stepping in their doo doo.  There is a small beach for swimming, but no life guard on duty.


Want to answer a question about the type of GPS we use for our geo-caching hobby.  I use a Garmin hand-held.  It seems to work very well, but can be hard on batteries.  It is light and easy to carry, so we like it really well.


I am adding a picture of the office and Laundry room/showers/bathrooms.  The building in the middle and to the left of the office is a club house, but not for the RV patrons.  They rent it out for office parties, conventions and that type of thing.


Panorama 32


If you would like to read more about this Park you can check out their site at www.LakeHavenRetreat.com.  Sarah, one of the owners, is very sweet and will answer all questions.


I went over to Wally World earlier and picked up a few things for us and a few for my brother.  On top of all his other health problems, he now has a stiff neck.  I took him my hot pad and some Flexal, so hope one of them gives him some relief.


Gonna run and see what I can stir up for supper.  We both had large breakfasts and lunches, so might just have a sandwich for supper.  Stay safe…


Kenny And Angela's Adventure said...

Hi Pidge send me a e-mail kennyharper@kc.rr.com about the ear rings.

Hey the camp ground looks good to me.

Gypsy said...

I'm not crazy about the parks that pack you in so tight, but even worse are the ones that have lots of little lanes than run every which way so it is more difficult to get in and out of the park. The pictures make this one look pretty straightforward.

I'm like you - I love to watch the geese and ducks, but hate to have to walk anywhere near where they've been.

Rod and Loyce Ivers said...

Just for the record, I am sure there are quite a few of us that wonder about the new health care act. I'm not sure that our wonder is all that political, but I understand why you took the post down too.
Retired Rod

Rick and Paulette said...

It still looks like a pretty nice park to me. I've seen many where folks are packed in tighter than that.

Margie M. said...

Your current park looks pretty good to me. If the management is helpful and keeps the park neat and clean, that's half the battle.

Have a good week ahead.

Gail Durham said...

It's alway so nice when the staff is friendly and helpful.