This means a day by myself. Score! God forbid it could go smoothly. Our relatively new Toastmaster Hot Water Pot quit working. And shortly after that, the brand new heater wouldn't work. Crap! Then I noticed the refer had switched to propane. What the heck was going on? As I have mentioned before, the mechanic gene is missing from my family. The only mechanic gene I knew was up in Hemet. We have poor cell phone service at this park and I was afraid I wouldn't get through. I had already figured out a breaker had tripped, but for the life of me, I couldn't get the panel open. I got through to Kim who gave me instructions. Hanging up, I had a "you are such a dork, Betsy" moment - saw the latch which was right in front of me all the time, opened it up, flipped the breaker, and voila - electricity in the galley and heat to my tootsies.
So much on my to-do list today.....and so little accomplished. I should be used to it by now. I am easily distracted. I did spend time catching up on some RV blogs I've been following, and then explored some more. I caught up on Facebook. Yesterday we finally got the DirecTV Satellite to pick up the signal, so I had programs I had recorded before we left that I wanted to watch. Checked those things off my list. I was looking for an envelope to mail a check, and I stumbled on my sketch pad and colored pencils. There went a couple of hours.
Next up, downloading a Nikon Coolpix S3300 manual, and trying to navigate it on screen. Silly us, we remembered to bring the printer, but we forgot to bring paper. Reading a manual on-line, sucks! But the good news is that I did figure out how to move pictures from the camera into iPhoto. Now I can share a few pictures from the park that I have taken.
Champagne Lakes RV Park is a 50 acre privately owned park. It is about 10 miles north of Escondido, CA, just off old Hwy 395. There are 139 large sites with 3 small catch and release lakes, a pool, laundry facilities, showers and restrooms. Lots of trees and shade.
This is the new laundry facility. Three washers ($1.50) and four dryers ($1.25 for 45 minutes). I think there is another laundry somewhere on site, but I have not visited it as I was told that the one in this pictures was the one with newer and nice machines.
And yesterday on a trip to Camping World for the replacement plug for the water heater, some how this made its way into the cart. Most of the chaise lounges don't fit my short frame, but I do like to put my feet up. This fits perfectly!
We are here for two weeks. This allows us time to do a few things, see a few friends, and just veg out. The weather this weekend and Monday is to be in the 80s. That's a little warm for a Seattle girl, but we are down in a canyon with lots of trees, and so far, so good.