We woke up to another beautiful day and it was clear that we would be spending the majority of our day at the campground. There was swimming to be done, but the bigger reason was LAUNDRY! The amount of laundry six people can accumulate in 5 days is amazing. All that laundry in approximately 300 square feet is crazy. So I headed out in search of the campground laundry facilities. I walked thru the campground, over the parking lot, past the pool and found the laundry room. Boy was I glad we still had the rental vehicle! I had two full laundry bags that needed attention and they were heavy. It would not have been fun dragging them to the laundry room. It was also in that moment I decided I would invest in a collapsible wagon.
I’m quite sure there are more RV trips in our future that will require doing some laundry. Having something to haul those heavy bags in seems like a good investment and as I was doing laundry I began to think of other uses for this wagon – carrying small children, carrying pool towels and toys, loading and unloading the RV at home. The ideas just kept coming.
But enough about my need/want/desire for a folding wagon.
After some time at the pool and with clean laundry put away, we decided to grab some dinner and pick up some needed grocery items.
We found a Mexican restaurant not too far from the campground – La Poblanita. It got some high ratings and having eaten there, I would agree that rating is well deserved. Even being short staffed, they provided good service and the food was awesome!
I didn’t get many pictures of our day. After all, no one wants to see our dirty laundry 🙂 However, I did take some pictures during dinner.
I love this picture of Lili, although she was very uncomfortable smiling and had been uncomfortable for a few days. She had two canker sores in her mouth which caused her lips to swell quite a bit. This made eating and drinking quite difficult. She had never had such bad canker sores before and I felt terrible for her. Fortunately, they started getting better the next day.
Naomi and hubby! She is quite a cuddle bug and especially loves cuddling with her daddy.
Our day was done and while it wasn’t necessarily an exciting day, I found myself enjoying the RV more and more each day. Yes, Georgette got a bit crowded with 6 people and 3 dogs, but she was comfortable and cozy. She felt like home and I went to bed loving our traveling home.