Monday, March 15, 2010

Friday and Saturday, March 12 and 13, 2010-Stephen F. Austin SP

Both Friday and Saturday were just regular work (ugh, that nasty word!) days for us. We didn't do too much out of the ordinary but clean up the bathrooms and sold a ton of firewood and ice. This is the first weekend of spring break, so there were a lot of folks coming in on Friday. The RV section was pretty much filled up, but I would like to make a little observation here. They allowed two different groups to erect tents in an RV site. I guess this is nothing groundbreaking, but there are still a couple of sites that are not being used because they have had underground work done and the blacktop has been removed. Both sites has been out of service since January when we were here before, waiting on TxDOT to come in and re-pave. As far as I can tell, the sites are fine other than no paving. Is it that much cheaper to wait over two months for TxDOT? I don't know...

Saturday evening, Tyler and Cameron arrived. It was good to see them again, and it looks like they both have grown a foot. Jeremy stayed for a little while to chat with us and stretch his legs after the long drive up here. Kim didn't come because she has been having issues with her blood sugar levels. She will have low blood sugars because her insulin pump over medicates her and then will either turn it off or down so low that the sugar levels soar. She had a low this morning in the 40's and a high this afternoon in the 400's. Not good at all.

I'm glad we have this time to spend with the boys. I'm just sad that we won't get to spend any time with Ian this month. I talked to Jennifer and learned that Jay's schedule is all messed up right now and they probably won't be able to come down here to the park. They love to tent camp and had planned to make a weekend trip down, but it doesn't look good right now. We'll try to spend some time with him soon.

So long.

1 comment:

Barbara said...

When PWP used to camp there every Easter we always had tents in that circle. We usually had 10 sites with a mix of RVs and tents.