|Above, The Beast at the Ventura Beach RV Resort. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
The best thing about owning an RV is that one has their own stuff in it and it is kept stocked, so that a spur-of-the-moment "get outta Dodge" trip is possible.
That's what I decided to do today. I am currently at the Ventura Beach RV Resort in Ventura, California getting some needed R & R after the turmoil of the past few days.
|Above, a little break after setting up camp. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
While it is overcast here, that poses no problems for me as I just plan to lounge around and read. I brought along a book on the Pearl Harbor attack, Day of Infamy by Walter Lord (A Night To Remember) and a copy of a special National Geographic magazine on Yellowstone National Park that I found at the local supermarket this morning. Those should keep me well-occupied.
The nice thing about being in Ventura, it is only about an hour away from home. Amber will be taking care of Sierra while I'm gone. I thought about bringing Sierra with me, but she was sick a week ago and Amber felt it best she stays home.
|Above, a little more of the park. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
The site I was assigned is so nice and level, the bubble leveler was smack-dab in the center, I didn't have to put any leveling blocks under the wheels. As you can see, this is a very nice RV park. The RVs here are predominantly Class As.
I will likely write a review of the park later, but, so far, I am enjoying it and will do so for a few days.