All The Comforts Of Home

7/27/14 – 8/5/14

Nine days spent in Coeur d’Alene, all of them between 90 and 102 degrees. Luckily we found this lovely campground just ten miles from town and close to the lake. Like all else in life, when the weather is not cooperative, you just have to deal with it.

Sometimes too, a person really needs a down day, where one can just relax, catch up on reading, blogging, maintenance, and hygiene.

For fun on this recent down day, I put together this little photo shoot of our temporary Home Sweet Home.

 

Living Room
Living Room

 

Kitchen
Kitchen

 

Office
Office

 

Bedroom / Reading room (when not made up as bedroom)
Bedroom / Reading room (when not made up as bedroom)

 

Shower House
Shower House

 

Hot Water
Hot Water

 

Power! (for keeping up with this blog :)
Power! (for keeping up with this blog 🙂

 

Front Porch
Front Porch

 

Back Yard
Back Yard

 

Garden
Garden

 

Private Dog Park
Private Dog Park

 

Happy Hour
Happy Hour

 

Of course, not all campsites are quite this spacious, but when you find one like this, you better enjoy it! We did.

We’re off and heading to Montana next. Good bye sweet campsite. We’ll hold you in our memories.

2 thoughts on “All The Comforts Of Home”

  1. This was such an awesome blog Laurie. It looks as though you two are still enjoying your adventures. We look forward to each of them, we save them in order and Herb enjoys them over and over. Keep having fun you kids. Some of us are traveling with you precariously. We love you and hope you enjoy Montana!! Hugs to both you and Fred always, Herb and Ruby

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