EUGENE, Ore. — It helps to have a bit of good luck on your side.
Such was the case when we pulled into an RV park where we had made a reservation. I won’t tell you the name of the joint. I will say that it was in a sh**ty neighborhood. And … I will tell you that the spot we had reserved was what the attendant at the office called a “curbside site.”
We pulled in. We grabbed the paperwork off the office door; the place was closed for the Labor Day holiday. We found our site. We tried to pull in. We couldn’t get close enough to the curb, because there was an RV-truck assembly in front of us. The lane marked at the rear of our RV made it extremely tight for us to unhitch the truck and remove it from our fifth wheel.
Then we made a command decision. We ain’t staying. We had the “luxury” of walking away because we didn’t put a deposit down.
We looked through our RV directory and found another site. We called. They were open! The lady at the desk said “Sure, we have a spot for you.” We made the arrangements and drove in.
So, what’s the moral of this brief tale?
I guess I need to check the “rating” of every place we select before calling ahead; we also need to be sure we can find a backup in case the first site is as unsuitable as this one turned out to be.
Hey, no harm, no foul.
Our good luck is holding firm.