The opposite of our last campground
05.12.2010 - 12.12.2010 70 °F
We are now at a 5 star RV Resort...whatever that means. I do know that it can certainly spoil a person. We have full hookups, including cable TV. The activities center include 3 very nice pools, 3 spas (at 3 different temps), a large billiard room, 2 nice sand volleyball courts, a library/computer room (where I am right now), a huge laundry room, a ball room for all kinds of events and parties, a kitchen, and I don't know what else. One thing it is missing is free wifi at our "campsite". To put my last blog on, we had to go park in front of Starbucks to enter my photos and blog that I had written while at Jalama. So this blog is being done and sent while at the resort PC. They allow NO downloads. No photos of around here can put on this site until I get back to Starbucks.
Hemet is a neat town. Last time I was here was in the mid 60's. It was just a widespot in the road then. Now it is really quite a place with many places for retired folk to stay. While walking around the resort and its' 1000+ sites, the predominant license plate comes from Canada. Those Canadians must love our sunshine down here. And most of the rigs here put ours to shame. It's better than the annual RV Show each January.
The weather here today was about 70 degrees. I am officially in my short pants and T-shirt. I got my bicycle out and rode it a bit today. At night the stars are out and we can see hills and mountains all around this town. I am tired now and want to go relax in the spa. We really are enjoying retirement. - jc