The road less travelled

The road less travelled

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

It's more than OK

The fun thing about this lifestyle is the people that you may meet. We have met so many that we now call friends.

Sunday was our last day of work at the OK RV Park in Moab Utah. We have to head north to Yellowstone for our summer job. But as we sit here waiting for our Jeep to come from Price Utah (which will be an entirely different post altogether) we have time to think.

We applied for this job last year. It was our first work-camping job and we just didn't know what to expect. We got to Moab and found the camp ground. A small family owned camp ground. The owners where so nice. They took us in and treated us like family. There are two little girls that really got attached to us and us to them. I often told Lisa "Why do they like us so much because we are not kid friendly." But they did and we enjoyed having them around.

This year we are all a year older and the girls haven't been around as much. It was probably a good thing because we have decided not to come back next year. We have decided to be on the east coast next season making our time here bitter sweet. And as of now we just don't know when we will be out west again.

We would like to wish all our new friends at the OK RV Park a heart felt "Good-bye". Until we see each other again. We are very lucky for the time we have been able to spend here. This area is one of our favorites and if you have not ever been here, you are missing out. This is a great place to stay. Tell them Dino and Lisa sent you.


6 comments:

  1. Glad to hear you enjoyed your time there. Safe travels and good luck with your next job.

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    1. Thank you. We are looking forward to this next adventure. I just hope that volcano doesn't blow its top while we are there.

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  2. It's so hard for us too, because every workamping job we've enjoyed so much we want to go back. Problem is that there is so much country we want to see yet, we tend to only go back to places that are convenient to an area we need to be.

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    1. There really is a lot of places yet to explore. But the friends we have made so far are friends always.

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  3. That is one of the hard things about this lifestyle, you see so many cool places and meet great people. You actually have to force yourself to move on and not return to the same place year after year. Maybe someday we will do that but for now there is just too much to see!

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