I know there are other jobs and campsites all over the country willing to hire but unfortunately the wife still has a full time job so I can not stray too far from home.
Also, I had mentioned to the wife that I
could become a full timer in our 13ft trailer....her reply was
I guess the thought of getting up every morning and have to go outside to eat or going outside for a walk to go to the bathroom is a little much for her.
I keep looking at larger trailers with bathrooms but she loves her little Boler
as long as after a week or so she can come back home to the indoor plumbing.
The campground I stayed at this week was one of the campgrounds that the same company that hired me, keeps open all winter.
During my walk around the 29 sites, I found myself finding lots of things that the host of this campground did not take care of.
Lots of ropes in trees, nails in trees, firepits not clean.
I found myself cutting ropes and pulling nails.
I have to realize that the host of this campground is an elderly man in his 60's so maybe that is why the work wasn't getting done right but who knows.
Again the weather in New England is WARM so the camper is still not covered and in a matter of minutes I can be on the road again.
As far as coushion I do not leave them in for 2 reasons.
Although I sealed all holes, I never know if maybe a mouse will get in somewhere and then there is the mildew problem if they do get damp so it is just easier to take them in the basement.
If I do go out next week I for sure will not forget to bring some wood from home to keep warm until my friends come later in the evening.