First nights out in our Escape
were cold and we appreciated the warmth and coziness of our new-to-us trailer.
We camped at a beautiful place here on the Olympic Peninsula in WA that we'd never camped at before (the too close to home syndrome) called Salt Creek Recreation Area
, a county park beloved by local folks. I highly recommend it for those wanting a beautiful campground, great trails of all types, two different types of beach access, sandy and rocky, and not far from Port Angeles if you need to get out or go out. It is on the Strait of Juan de Fuca with views across of Vancouver Island in B.C.
We had the thrill of seeing a grey whale and baby who were hanging out, coming to the surface, though only slightly, each time we went to the view point over the bay by the campground.
We did wish we had a solar panel
to recharge our battery
(do they make them for bodies too?
) and I posted a request for suggestions for quick and easy solar
so our longer trip next week we are better prepared.
We have only a short list of things to do to make our Escape
more adaptable to our camping habits, over all it was a love fest of appreciation for such a wonderful trailer!
Mike kept saying "I love this trailer!". I am the fussy one, with various health challenges, and the natural foam rubber pads we added made sleeping more comfy for me, but will also be adding a wool 'topper'.