In reality, a couple of those travel days seemed excruciatingly long. And the true luxury of a rest day cannot be overstated. When we arrived in Grants Pass, OR, my lower back was so sore, I could hardly walk. The first thing we bought in the funky little campground store was a big fat bottle of Ibuprofen.
On our rest day in Grants Pass, we enjoyed our wonderful campsite, Joe Creek Waterfalls RV Resort. We would highly recommend this place to everyone, by the way, beautiful scenery and very reasonable rates. In the early afternoon we had visitors! I guess Laurie and Odel could be counted as “first guests” since on our last day with them we did actually serve wine, so that would make Gordon and Juanita our first “on the road” guests.
In any case, we spent the majority of the afternoon catching up with each other and discussing the general RVing gossip and goings on. They brought Abbey, the world’s most adorable beagle, who had a blast sniffing through the rig.
|Picturesque barn on the grounds of Joe Creek Waterfalls RV Resort|
|The entrance to Joe Creek Waterfalls RV Resort|
|We went for an early morning walk to check out a local grocery store|
|Gordon and Juanita, our first "on the road" guests|
|Abbey, the cutest beagle EVER!!|
Gordon keeps a cooler in the back of his truck, so in went the cold stuff while the rest got tucked in securely. We then headed to a 50’s style diner for burgers, and man, they were outstanding! A whole bus load of people showed up at the same time, and we managed to share in their free milkshakes. What a treat!
We so appreciate that Gordon and Juanita made the trip to come visit. We enjoyed our time with them, as we always do, and look forward to seeing them again in Washington later in the summer.