Wednesday, July 4, 2012

No room at the INN

Last Saturday the Edwardsville RV park was full.  There was a big "no vacancy" sign on the office door.  So, we headed on down the road and ended up back in Litchfield.  Stayed at the same park, Kamper Kampanion, that we had found on our way to Kansas.  Nice little park, practically have the place to ourselves.  Amazing since Edwardsville is only about 15 minutes away and it is full.  It worked out well, cause Kamper Kampanion is a Passport America park.  We are staying through to the 5th and they let us have the half price rate ($15) for every night but one.  So we is a smiling!
Another thing we like....probably will be very little fireworks here tonight.  Oh yeah, "Happy 4th" everyone.  We are not much on the firework thing cause it upsets the heck outta of our furballs. 
The temps here have not been to bad...high 90's which is better then the triple digits we had been seeing. 
Tomorrow (5th) we make the last leg of our journey back to Lafayette, Indiana.  I called the AOK campground and let um know we were coming.  The AOK is nothing to write home about but it is literally the only RV park in town.  We only get 30amp service there which is a real pain, but it is close to everyone and everything! 
And one last thing.....My son is an officially certified mold inspector!  Many of you know he has started is own biz "Crawlspace Remediation", he is working so hard to make it a success.  I think adding Mold inspection and removal is a brilliant idea!  He has also made some great contacts with in the real estate community and has already gotten his first referral from a top agent in Lafayette.  Dad and I are so very proud of you, Sam!


  1. I would much prefer the emptier and quieter RV park. Billings is under a fireworks ban and it has been so wonderful this year not to have all the noise. Our Scooter goes berserk with fireworks and I don't like them either.

  2. Our weimaraner puppy doesn't know what to make of fireworks, either.

  3. Good luck to your son and his business. I love the quiet places so much better than the filled up ones.

  4. Anyone that starts their own business deserves a pat on the back. We wish him all the luck in the world.

    Joe and Sherri


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