Thursday, July 20
The Perfect Tow Vehicle pulls away from the parking lot for Kootenai Falls.
The town of Libby isn’t much further along. Soon we are turning into an RV park, the first one I see on the way into town.
It’s hot and I’m anticipating a cool shower, all the WiFi data I can eat up, and air conditioning for me, Reggie, and Roger.
I’ll get groceries in the morning. It’s too hot now to leave the crew in the PTV.
Woodland RV Park looks pleasant and tidy.
At the check-in counter, the man and woman in charge treat me like royalty, choosing on the computer the best spot for a person with two dogs.
I pay for one night ($38.52 including tax) and the man hops into his golf cart to lead us to our site.
There’s probably a cheaper rate somewhere nearby but, at this point, I don’t care! This suits us well.
I plug in the Best Little Trailer and turn on the air conditioning.
“This is livin,’ eh guys?”
A while later I walk the crew around the park and, of course, they want to meet any dog that’s outside.
Roger watches Reggie smooch with this pretty girl.
A creek runs behind the RV park. I think that explains her muddy paws.
Roger get a nose-to-nose kiss!
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Readers comment that sometimes they mix up Roger and Reggie.
I admit that occasionally I use the wrong name. I thought about matching vests for the crew and then discarded that idea. I suspect some readers need to know Rog is in orange and Reg is in camo!
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Okay, back at the RV park . . .
Once the crew is familiar with the surroundings, have eaten their kibble, and are settled in the bed, I pack up my shower tote.
“I’ll be right back. You be good boys, okay?”
This shower is, without a doubt, the best shower I’ve ever had.
Funny how ordinary things become special, depending upon one’s lifestyle. This one has lots of pressure, the stall is immaculate, and the coin operation isn’t stingy. You get 2.5 minutes for a quarter.
The woman at check-in had said, “For 50 cents you get a really nice shower.”
I go for the gold and plunk in three quarters.
Ha! This woman knows how to have a good time!
In the next post . . .
Our Kootenai Falls experience and an unusual and delightful welcome to our next camp!
NOTE: This is another post created in a parking lot while sitting in the PTV. Please feel free to point out any errors for me. Again, thank you for commenting. You make this place special! — Sue
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