Yesterday he, Bill, seemed a little stuffed up. But so was every one in the park. The wind was blowing like a SOB you could taste the dirt. We had to take our awning, which was strapped down with stakes. The wind was so strong it pulled the stakes right out of the ground. Everything inside is covered with dust. All all the dump trucks, graders and compactors were working right next to the fence by us. So we were either out [away from here] for breakfast and dinner or he was laying down.
Also yesterday our friend Mark from Canada got here. Met him for dinner and managed to stay away from home until the workers were gone. Almost everyone in the park has had some kind of cold or allergy reaction to all the dirt.
This morning so far 7:15 I can't see the sun - very gloomy out. Overcast and no wind so noise is really loud and dirt and diesel smells and particles are close to the ground.
But to finish up the restaurant. This is a panoramic view of the restaurant looking from front to back.
After eating I took a walk to the back and out on to the play area for the kids. There was a soccer field right behind the restaurant and all kinds of neat things around the field.
Looking up the hill. Tree houses and rope swings hanging from the big trees. Walking trails too.
A tire swing and a couple of hammocks for relaxing.
On the other side are animals. Donkey, horses and a big bull. And more of the huge beautiful trees.
Children can ride the horses.
Sweet burro, big bad bull.
More tree houses and play areas.
Enjoying the rope swing.
Most of the tables are big, ready for large families.
Heading home. The vegetation is so big this year - a tree tunnel.
And that is all about La Vaca Lupe.
It is 11:30 and the sun has finally burned off the overcast. The machinery continues to be right near us.
I took these standing in our doorway. This is looking behind us three dump trucks dumping.
Towards the north side of us His blade is about two feet from the wall.
Same direction looking just right of the tree - another grader but a little ways from the wall.
OOPS got to close to the wall, clipped a tree in the RV park.
those machetes come in handy,
Sheesh Carol - We hope Bill is okay. Give him our hugs.....well, mine especially!!
I am pretty worried about the future of this park. Doug and I have already talked about going back down to San Fernando RV Park. Maybe you know it? It got a bit grubby in the bathroom building the last few times we were there. It was like the caretaker just didn't care anymore and it really mattered to us with the van not having a bathroom but always the pool area was so nice. (It's down by the old Mar Rosa RV park but up the side street) I know we could never had stayed at Las Jaibas as long as you guys have with all this going on.
Once Bill is better, let us know your plans....
they are building small houses on the property of San Fernando - it is getting smaller and smaller. this park plans on staying open for a few more years. once the building starts it will be okay, just all the dirt moving is awful.
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