Wine Country RV Park
When we reserved our two nights here we thought we’d be staying in some sort of resort. Well…it turns out that lots of businesses capitalize on the wine country theme: “Wine Country Electric,” “WIne Country Plumbing,” “Wine Country Towing,” “Wine Country Brewing,” etc. The ad boasted 150 sites with pull throughs, 50 amps, sewer and cable. These are all the amenities you want when you’re traveling in a home on wheels.
They did provide all of that. But the place was extremely cramped–maybe a foot between sites–and, lo and behold, filled with “vintage” RV’s.
I didn’t like it at first because I arrived just before dark and it was very chaotic, kids, old people, college students, all wandering around everywhere complicated by dogs, cats and cars, all trying to share the gravel road.
And my favorite:
It felt like a glorified trailer park, but, wait a minute. I stopped, took a breath and then remembered my yoga training: accept what is, try not to judge, open your heart. So I did and lo and behold, I found quite a bit of charm. Here is just some of it.
I guess the lesson learned, again, is, just relax and appreciate where you are, even if it makes you a little uncomfortable. There’s beauty in it all.
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