Earlier this week Brian found an RV park with 9 spots for sale about 30 minutes from our place. If it wasn’t for the 5,000 square foot schoolhouse on the property we might really consider it.
It’s awesome but needs a LOT of work.
When we met the owner he told us the price was $139k, down from $149k. Now it’s $129k. We debated to ourselves, at what point is it so cheap that we have to buy it. We really considered it for a few hours again last night. Our current thinking is that we don’t want to stick around and run it and it would just be something we’d worry about.
PS: The current owner went to first grade there, so he wouldn’t be too excited about the building getting bulldozed. It really has great potential, it just needs a ton of work.
Dinner Last Night:
Cauliflower Steaks with Mushroom Gravy. The vegan gravy tasted just the way gravy should. I served it with leftover salad from the night before.
I updated the last few posts with dinner photos. Once I joked with Nan that we didn’t actually eat what I said we ate on the blog. So I thought adding photo evidence might be fun since I love looking at pictures of food. This one is a little grey looking, but I blame that on the rain.
2013 Cost of Camping:
51 nights paid camping
119 nights free camping
171 days this year
Total spent on camping this year: $1,089.08
Daily average cost of camping: $6.37