While old crampers, Simon and I are new to the world of Casitas. We recently purchased this 97 Casita
Freedom at - where else? - a garage sale not far from our home. Now we're selling a perfectly beautiful Rialta, so that tells you our mindset. Once on site, we no longer wish to haul a rig with us wherever we go. Duh.
Here is our egg parked, not at a campsite - though it looks that way - but in our Langley on Whidbey Island backyard, about 30 miles north of Seattle. For reference: today's weather is sunny, breezy and about 74; gas $2.87/gal; milk $2.49 half gal; farm fresh eggs $2-3.50 doz; peaches $2.99 lb; PNW folks, friendly as ever.
Our first Casita
adventure will be a short drive (How's 20 minutes?) to Ft Casey State Park, overlooking the Keystone Ferry dock where boats depart from our island to Pt Townsend on the Olympic Penninsula. We'll park there a night or two, and then in mid-September we'll join the eggy folks near another Langley - the Brae Island Fort in B.C. By mid-Octorber we'll be oldtimers at this and you shalll see us in northern OR for the Champoeg Park gathering.
Looking forward to meeting you, to learning from you, and having fun in our No Yoke egg.
Cheers, Sharen & Simon