Home sweet home away from home

14 Apr

A modest, no-frills RV Park houses my traveling abode.  It is equipped with a few amenities such as pool, laundry, shuffle board, decent shower room, lots and lots of… gravel.  And dust.  Beyond the borders of the chain link fence, are open agricultural spaces.  Cotton, I hear, in one green space.  Wheat sprouting in another.   They must be growing dirt on the third side.   The first sound and sight of a low flying plane sparked panic until I realized it was a crop duster.  At night, the soothing tones of a nearby train’s mellow whistle drifts through my windows on a regular basis.



















2 Responses to “Home sweet home away from home”

  1. Grohe central April 14, 2012 at 1:14 pm #

    Dusty. Looks peaceful though. How r the locals? Can u get sawx games even though they stink so far. Sammy got her first mani pedi today

    • workingonwanderlust April 14, 2012 at 8:56 pm #

      Locals, in general, are friendly, laidback folks. My coworkers are nice. They don’t seem to socialize much together outside of work which is an adjustment for me, coming from a super social work group. The RV park folks are fine enough. The yappy, undisciplined dogs are a bit of a problem for my psycho reactive Sienna’s adjustment process…. Time flies by that I haven’t even had time to find the sox. There’s a sports bar nearby– my plan eventually is to catch a few game there…. Uh oh, Sammy’s a big girl now! 🙂

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