Tuesday, October 18, 2011

RV Park Change...Great Decision

Before I start writing this post I need to acknowledge all of my new followers.  I apologize that it's taken me so long to acknowledge you joining me on my journey, but here goes...Carolyn who doesn't appear to have a blog; Cheryl Ann, owner of eight blogs and a horse lover; Kathie, a cat lover with no current blogs; Sharon at blog Miss Lazee; T (just call me T) who doesn't appear to have a blog; Donna from blog donna-madeinheaven; Steve from blog fosj-steve; Carmen who doesn't appear to have a blog; and Jolly Ollie who also doesn't appear to have a blog.  Thank you for joining me on my Rving journey.  

I think I've mentioned in the past that there isn't a lot of room in Olivia. Here's an example...

Last night when I was getting ready for bed, I was putting the ladder down so I could climb up into the bed and my dog, clearly, was in the way.  I just moved him over to the side so I could put the ladder on the floor instead of his back and all was good.

There was a lady in the pull throughs at my last RV park and I went and talked to her this morning.  Her RV is similar to Olivia only a different floor plan and I really liked her floor plan.  She had a bed in the corner and a dinette where my couch is located.  While I don't normally like dinette's, I think one would work well in an RV the size I have.  Her RV also had a lot more storage than I have.  

My move to Voyager RV Resort is feeling pretty good.  Look at my new space...

In yesterday's post I showed that I had to park my Volvo in front of Olivia in the last RV park I was at.  Well, not here...

The space is 33' wide.  On the slide side of Olivia is a park model.  When I noticed that the people next door were out I went and introduced myself. Dick, the husband, is glad that Olivia is so short so that I'm not blocking his view of the street.  

Across the street and about 100' to my left is the walkway to the dog potty area...

This is the potty area...

So far, I'm really liking it here.  There's a good vibe.  Tomorrow morning I'm going to walk my dog to the groomer and get his toenails trimmed.  Then I'm going to start participating in activities.  

I called Jojo from blog "Moms Little Run Away and The Tin Can Cabin" because she offered to drive me from my new RV park to my old RV park to save me a taxi fare.  I didn't see the offer on my last post until earlier tonight so I'd already sucked it up and called a taxi. I received a hefty discount so it wasn't too bad, but bad enough.  We're going to meet for lunch Thursday at the restaurant here at the RV park.  She'll be the first blogger I follow that I get to meet and I'm looking forward to it.  

It's so quiet here.  I haven't heard a train or train whistle all day!!!  When I was sitting outside I could hear the freeway but it was like background noise.  I'm liking it so far.  

Feeling hopeful,



  1. I like the 'potty' area and your space looks great too, lots of room... It is fun meeting people u follow in the blogging world! Have a good time.

  2. the potty area looks like a good one!..better than some we have seen!..hope your pooch enjoys his mani and pedi!!

  3. Sounds like things are really looking up. I like your new site - lots of room and very neat and comfortable looking.

    I don't necessarily take Katie to the dog potty areas, I just walk her wherever I want to walk. I always have some dog baggies with me to clean up. No one has ever complained.

    It will be fun to have lunch with Jojo. I'm looking forward to hearing all about it. :)

  4. WOW Jeana - you will really love your new digs at Voyager - I spent a few nights there with some friends last year. The activities are never-ending, always something new to try. One thing I loved about Voyager is the peace and quiet - and EVERY person I met there was a class act. Also, I think in the long run, you would enjoy a dinette more than the couch and having an easily accessible bed is a defin plus (I think). Like I said, I'm only a few months behind you - leaving Edmonds, WA sometime in Feb and heading there for a couple months - staying at Voyager. I think it's the best RV Park in Arizona! T PS/ Have to use anonymous because I can't log in using blogger for some reason :-(

  5. Sounds like a nice place for you! Enjoy!

  6. Sounds like a good place to enjoy! Have you looked into towing your vehicle?

  7. Sounds like you are settling in for a nice stay.

  8. Jeana,
    I switched over to my desk top and came across a blog called Winnie views. Have you ever read her. Of course she had a View. See you tomorrow.

  9. Looks like you have everything you need there. I am always happy when we find a place with a that has good a good doggie area.

  10. Glad you're enjoying it! Looks like a good spot!

  11. Glad you're enjoying the shift to the Voyager Jeana. How was your weekend?

  12. It seems like you really love your dog. I also had one, but he just passed away. I wish I could hang out with him again. Well, anyway... Good thing your dog got used to traveling in an RV. How old is your dog?

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