Where All The Fun Began…

Yesterday Mary and I moved the motorhome about 50 miles further South…from Lacey to the Thousand Trails RV Resort in Chehalis, Washington. Established in 1972 this 300 acre, 323 site campground was the very first one…of the now more than 80 campgrounds (they call them Preserves because they are preserving nature)…in the Thousand Trails system. They use the slogan “Where All The Fun Began” to describe this first-one facility.

You can click on the images to see a larger view…

You can read all about this facility by clicking this link…

With this move and for the first time in three months we have moved away from the effects of being near the waters of Puget Sound. When we arrived at 2:30 PM it was 77 degrees and quite humid and by time I finished setting up camp I was sweating. I no longer like to sweat! So I ran the air conditioner for three hours to be comfortable. Being a California gal…Mary handles the heat/humidity better than I do…so she sat outside and read while I stayed inside.

The natural air-conditioning of Puget Sound usually eliminates the need to run an electrical/mechanical air conditioner. That’s the primary reason my southerly migration is a slow one. When you move South too fast it gets too hot quickly.

We are here for a four-day stay.  At 5:00 AM this morning it was 65 degrees…promising another warm day today. The weather is supposed to cool off by Sunday.

All original material Copyright – Jim Jaillet 2011
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