Monday, April 17, 2017

San Diego



Love This City!

5am - The distance from our Nite Camp to 24 Hour is a few miles. And, this 24 Hour is a Super Sport Club. Wonderful!

San Diego has everything for my RVing life. At the South Shore boat ramp, there is a dump station. Fresh water too using my home made hose adapter that allows connection to a shower head.

7:30am - Back with Scampy
There is no doubt that I'm now addicted to working out at 24 Hour. There was a time, when I struggled with completing 30 minutes on the treadmill. Not anymore.

After posting this Blog, we head out to Mission Beach. My friend John is planning to drop by there! 😎

John in his Chevy Bolt

9am - Daily cleaning
We are now Day Camped at Mission Beach close to the Bahia Hotel.

We keep a daily cleaning routine for Scampy. A hand held brush is used to sweep Scampy's floor and a small dust pan is used for picking up. Then, the linoleum floor is "mopped" using wet paper towels.

We have tried cleaning every other day. But that does not cut it! Every day cleaning does the job!

Baby Boid and George


2pm - Invited for supper
My friend John invited me for supper. 😎





Nite Camped at John's Home
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11 comments:

  1. Hey George,
    Thanks for the shout out. I'm still following you!
    If you are hungry for a good steak "on the house", let me know and I'll set it up.(philbeukema@gmail.com)

    All the best,
    Phil

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    1. Wow Phil !

      I am sooooo surprised to learn that you are still with me! Happy about that too! 😀

      I would love a good steak! I'll send an email.

      George

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  2. We also enjoyed our time in San Diego when we visited last year! Especially because of our time spent visiting with George!

    www.travelwithkevinandruth.com

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    1. Hi Kevin,

      Your comment is very nice for me to read! I did not know that you follow my Blog.

      When I went to your Blog just now, it looked sooooo cold!

      George

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  3. Hi George: Saw this on Craigslist and had to make sure it wasn't yours? I guess it's not? I am enjoying that you're on the road again; best wishes! - Chris https://palmsprings.craigslist.org/rvs/6081447887.html

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    1. Hi Boss,

      Sure looks like mine! You are right, it's not mine.

      My Scampy is a 2015 model year.

      George

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  4. Looking good George. The exercise regime looks like it agrees with you. Have been following you for years, glad to see you back in the saddle.

    Your friend,

    Florida Mike

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    1. Hi Florida Mike,

      I am sooooo happy that you have stuck with me for all of these years!

      And you have been a support person for me as well. With your suggestions.Technical advice too! 😎

      George

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  5. Mr. George, you look great, and just look at sweet little Baby Boid enjoying the view out the window! I got a chuckle out of how you clean your floors as it brought back one of the best memories I have of traveling in our old high top camper van. We, as well as my parents in their camper van, both used a handheld wisk broom and paper towels to clean our floors! We had to clean our floors several times a day, but it was fun doing so because we were out there living the greatest life ever. We would often make several month long trips out west over some years (my husband worked construction and would have layoff time which turned out to be a blessing so we could travel with my parents.) just roaming the deserts and mountains. I absolutely loved our small vans. Like you have stated about Scampy they were the perfect size, small yet perfect. A bed across the back, a small two burner stove that was run off of a five gallon propane bottle we kept under the tiny sink area, and our parents did the same. Yes indeed it was dangerous doing that with a propane bottle, but we luckily managed to travel with it like that for many years without blowing ourselves up. We also both carried a full five gallon Jerry can behind the front seats. Yes, I guess we were rather dumb doing those things, but I would go back to those days in a minute if I could. I encourage you to work out at your gym as often as you can, take Scampy out as often as you can and keep blogging for a long, long time! I would miss you blogging almost as much as I miss my parents and those wonderful times spent together. ~Pam in Louisiana

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  6. I see you are back at mission Bay. I stayed there for a month and it seemed like there are many in and out frequently there. If I could get rid of my oxygen machine, I'd stay there more.
    40ft DP is hard to hide.

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  7. Hi George,
    Sure enjoying your blog. Like I said, I want to be like you when I grow up (especially the part about exercising). San Diego is a very camper friendly area. You can go on vacation there when you get set up with your big trailer... Close to there is the Lemon Grove Flea Market. I have gone there to people watch and get fresh fruit...

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