RVer Jimmy Smith writes — ‘Finally. We’re on the road again … Let the wild rumpus start’


HarrisBeachSP_JulianneGCrane-4“We slipped out of our little creek bottom at first light Sunday morning and are on our way. Let the wild rumpus start,” writes full-time RVer Jimmy Smith.

“We’re trundling along with enough frozen elk and fresh canned tuna to sustain us through many a trial and tribulation.  And, I’ll keep my eyes peeled for a good fishing hole or some fresh road kill along our route.”

Read Jimmy’s complete post by clicking on Jimmy Smith’s Another View.

This is our first night out on this Winter’s Snowbird trip. We traveled (about 195 miles) from our home park, Timber Valley SKP Park, in Sutherlin, Ore., west to Pacific Coast Hwy. 101, then south to Harris Beach State Park just north of the California border.

We even camped in the same site, A-20, that we did on our first stay here back in Jan. 2010.  It was stormy on that night also.

This stay we paid $29 for a site with electricity, water and cable (which didn’t work, or at least we could not figure it out–a disappointment because we wanted to watch ‘Poldark’ on PBS.)

Julianne G. Crane

Photo: High waves and stormy skies seen from our camp site, A-20, at Harris Beach State Park.  (Julianne G. Crane)

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