Friday, May 20, 2011


Thought you might like to see where we will be spending the summer......
As you can see, we have some nice green grass and a fairly good size site.  Our pull through is gravel, but fairly level side to side.  We have been here a little over two weeks now and so far, so good.  The park is fairly quiet, but there is a fair amount of traffic in/out of the park.  I think that is due to the folks that live here full time.   Most of the more permanent and "unsightly" units are to the far back of the park.  We took a walk around and were happy to be up front away from all the trash.  The units back there are very old, unkept, and surrounded with years of "junk".  It really is too bad.  I think this park has potential if they would force people to clean up their areas and do some maintenance on their trailers.  It certainly has a prime location here in Lafayette.  You are close to all the shopping and dining and only an hour away from Indianapolis.  It will be interesting to see if we get any race fans over the race weekend.
Yesterday the sun finally shown and I think today we will again see those bright rays of sunlight......been a loooonnnggg time in coming.  Unfortunately, the rain and clouds will be returning late Saturday.  It seems like this is the exact pattern we had last summer.  A very cool and wet spring and then summer was dry, very hot, and very humid.  Saturday is Triston's (our grandson) birthday party.  I'll be making the cupcakes today.  


  1. Looks like a beautiful place. It is way too sad that they allow the park to go to ruin like that. We've stayed at a few parks with the same problem. So beautiful and such a mess. Cupcakes sound good.

  2. It does look like a great little spot... It always amazes me how some parks could be so nice YET they allow permanent people to get sloppy and ruin their park. I just don't understand!
    ♫♪♫ Happy Birthday Triston ♫♪♫
    Have fun & Travel safe

  3. Unfortunately the type of problems you mention with upkeep and such is not just in parks/campgrounds ... you see them in city and town neighborhoods as well. I just don't understand why people can't take pride in the place they live and put a little effort into it ... I realize some people might be in a hard place in life, but that's no excuse IMHO. In fact, living in a clean environment might actually help brighten up their days.

  4. At least in an RV, if you finally cannot stand your neighbors, you can just leave. These days that is not so easy in a house.

  5. That looks like a very pleasant site. Yes, too bad how some people maintain their pride I guess. Have fun at Triston's BD party - cupcakes...YUM!

  6. Your spot does look pretty sweet. What park is it at?

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