Just realized that I haven't posted all the pics of our TrailerLuv Re-Do from July. It all started with a n exterior repair job that turned into "Hey, why don't we just take everything out, refinish the cabinets somehow and paint it all?"
Here's a more complete look at the project:
Bed Platform extended and turned so that we have room on either side.
And Voila! It feels like a completely new space! We also removed the sofa that's covered by the blue sheet in the "Before" pics. Thinking about building something with seating and storage for that spot. For now, though, we are enjoying that we have more room for Django's crate and just more floor space in general.
I know I'm biased but isn't our littlest family member just so stinkin' cute?
He's even more handsome in person :)
So is Tom :)
Our camping excursion to Oregon was cut short right after these pics were taken. We had to rush back to the Bay Area--though, I don't know if you can call 10 hours rushing. But that's pretty much how long it takes to haul-ass from Harris Beach State Park to San Jose, Ca.
On our way back we just had to suck it up and wave as we passed the spots we had originally planned to stop...like The Avenue of the Giants:
Caspar Beach, Mendocino
And sleepy-cool little Petaluma
And missed the beer-tasting we had planned at Lagunitas Brewing Company
Ah, well, I guess that just means we'll have to go back and try it again!
The next leg of our adventure took us from Oregon back into California and then back into Oregon again.
As we approached Grants Pass, we could smell smoke. There were fires raging in the mountain forests. We had no idea, having been "unplugged" from the news and such for a few days.
We raced on, trying to get ahead of it but could now see the smoke everywhere.
We passed through a plethora of little mountain towns, waved to a fire crew resting alongside Highway 199 and re-entered Oregon. Harris Beach State Park is just over the border from California and what a fine sight to see!
This is a great park! We would so go back there! Most of the spaces are surrounded by greenery and felt much more private than the wide-open sites at Valley of the Rogue. Add in ocean breezes, a little morning fog, a little afternoon sunshine and we were happy campers!
We took Django for an "unwind walk" through the trees surrounding the park.
And caught the sunset.
Time to pour some wine, fire up the grill and prep S'mores! Or, rather, I should say "S'meeses."
Yes, those are Reeses peanut butter cups and a few M & M's in those s'mores--I mean, s'meeses.
What to do after a glass of wine and a S'meese? Cue the flip-flop lights and settle in for the evening.
Looks pretty cozy, right? Harris Beach State Park is definitely on the "return-to" list.