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Saturday, June 9, 2012

I had a great title but it slipped away after I woke this morning!

We've had lots of rainy, cloudy, cold and windy weather this past week. Gingee found the solution to that problem!

Miss Gingee finding her place on Vancouver Island this past week.
Today is beautiful and sunny. John is out mowing the lawn and I'm finally catching up on emails and pushing myself through my transition muck! Feels good.  We've been looking at RV pads at the membership Surf Side RV Resort here in Parksville (British Columbia, Canada) this week.

Does anyone have experience with buying membership for an RV pad?

11 comments:

  1. Wow! Roots! Good luck in your shopping for a new "pad". Sorry, I couldn't resist. :c)

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  2. no experience here with that kind of purchase..we wish you luck though!!..enjoy the sunshine!..it is bound to stay out eventually!

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  3. Have fun researching it ! And happy sunshine weekend !

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  4. I haven't an answer, either, but I couldn't resist commenting about how adorable Gingee is.

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  5. We bought into a RV Resort such as you are looking at. We found this to not only be a good investment, but it also gave us a sense of roots. We always knew that we had a "spot" somewhere that we could call "home" while we were traveling. It was a good choice for us. As far as an investment, we bought another lot and rented that one out. Financially, it was a win win. When we decided to sell both lots, we made some money on them. It all worked out well and I encourage you to seriously think about it. Good Luck.

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  6. We bought into a RV Resort like you are looking into. We found that financially it worked well for us. Emotionally, it was just as good, as it gave us a sense of "roots". When traveling, we always knew we had a "home" to go back to. We ended up buying another lot and rented that one out - so it was a win win for us. I would encourage you to think about this. Good luck.

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  7. Miss Gingee seems to have the answer. Just sleep on it for awhile!
    I have no experience with RV Resort living. Common sense tells me to be cautious and weigh the information carefully! Maybe outright ownership of a piece of land should be considered?

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  8. Gingee has the right idea....she is sooo sweet...good luck on the pad search

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  9. Gingee you are a beauty!! Sleep tight till the next adventure

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  10. I am so in love with Gingee, she seems so "Zen" calmly following you wherever the paths you choose take her...wonder what she was dreaming about...she looks peaceful

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