There may be times I want to stay in one place and work on the road. I have joined KOA workkampers with a year membership, and have also searched other sites: http://www.rvparkstore.com/rv-park-help-wanted, http://www.happyvagabonds.com/Jobs/Volunteer-Camp-Host-In-State-Parks.htm, and sites like: http://www.nps.gov/dewa/supportyourpark/volunteer.htm . Some volunteer camp jobs give you free camp facilities; electric, water, dump stations, wifi and cable while you are volunteering at their sites. KOA doesn’t offer free sites, but might be an ok option. I may go visit their site to check it out before we get snow here!
1st Granddaughter, Olivia
Once on the road, I will be journaling for my granddaughters, Ruthie and Olivia. Granddaughters need their grandparents–probably even more than grandsons–and it occurred to me that one way to keep in touch is to direct my notes and observations to the next generation. So, I will begin.
Not feeling too energetic today, still struggling with blood sugar issues, and the inability to contact any doctors for another fifteen days. One of the reasons for this specific post is the fact that Ruthie’s great-grandmother, my mother Ruth, traveled through 40 or so states traveling with her mother Anne Hill. I never traveled extensively with my mother, or for that matter my daughters or son, so this idea dredges up feelings of what might have been.