The Pleasures of the Other Side

21 11 2011

Yair and I have spent the better part of the past fifteen months casually denouncing RV parks.  Well, not actually denouncing, but we didn’t see the point in laying down a whole lot of money to live in a parking lot when there are national forests, parks and even city boondocking spots to be found.

Theoretically, that is still my stance.  But – because we wanted to be close to public transportation to downtown San Francisco and because parking tends to be limited (and hilly!) in the Bay Area – we decided to make an exception and check into our very first RV park of the journey.  I have to tell you – it ain’t bad.

Tucked Away In Our Spot During Our First Real Stay at an RV Park

Tucked Away In Our Spot During Our First Real Stay at an RV Park

The Shower and Laundry House - Nothing Fancy, But Clean and Functional.  No Complaints!

The Shower and Laundry House - Nothing Fancy, But Clean and Functional. No Complaints!

Audiss RV Park boasts just the bare amenities – an area slightly larger than an RV parking spot to call your own, hook-ups, showers and laundry machines.  But it’s been really nice to have a quiet, stationary spot for the RV during our stay, a rig that is always warm and a shower the fits the two of us.

RV park people, I get it!

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26 11 2011
Sam

Sometimes you just want the convenience that an RV park can provide. For us we would normally stay clear of them too but after building up loads of washing, needing a shower and wanting to use the internet they were the perfect one stop shop.

3 12 2011
ayo

I hear that. Hey, do you guys have a trajectory for the winter / spring yet? It’d be fun to meet up on the road and there’s going to be a wicked young RVers New Year’s party in San Diego… 🙂

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