SolarElectricFarmSteve_Taylormade_ExperienceSteve_golfingToe_ShotSteve_Oasis_PoolIt’s been almost a week since I updated the blog.  The time is flying by.  After Bodega Bay we headed inland to Chowchilla, CA to The Lakes RV Resort for 2 nights, which is a small park with golf included.  Steve chose not to golf a round but he did go to the driving range.  Other than that we really did nothing — we even had one whole day without moving the truck.

We met a great couple at the pool and hung out with them the next day.  I also got a good chunk of work done.  We’re beginning to get in a rhythm which is good.

After Chowchilla we headed to Bakersfield for a quick overnight at the Bakersfield RV Park.  We have decided not to unpack anything unless we’re staying for 3 nights or more, which is helping with the morning moving routine.

The following day, we had a new record — from rolling out of bed at 5:15 to being on the road at 5:50.  We accomplished this by making our lunch, setting out our breakfast and packing up everything the night before.

We arrived at the Oasis RV Park in Vegas at 11am.  What a huge RV park — I now see why they had a reservations department when I called.  We decided to go to a show and to use Uber to get there and back  (If you don’t have an Uber account yet, click this link and get $10 off your first ride).

I highly recommend Rock of Ages for adults.  It’s not for everyone but the music was great.  It’s risque and an elderly couple who were sitting in front of us left during the first act.  We had a great laugh and sang along.

We’ve been to Vegas many times and we’re not gamblers, so we skipped The Strip altogether.  Steve went to the Taylormade Golf Experience to hit a bucket of balls while I worked in the restaurant.  It’s a cool venue, great staff and they even have gluten free options.  In the afternoon Steve hung out at the pool while I got caught up on paperwork and had a meeting.

We’re now on our way to Hurricane, UT which is our home for the next 3 nights.  We’re using it as a home base to see some of the National Parks.

 

 

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