One more night here at this fabulous little spot, Colorado at it’s finest, a place that we call home. Who wouldn’t want that view out their front door? A few days ago when we extended our stay, Cripple Creek KOA had no reservations available for Saturday night but Terri put us on the waiting list in case of a cancellation. Yesterday morning she told us that we’d been blessed with the opportunity to move to Site 147 today! It’s been fabulous staying here for a week. We’ve enjoyed the slower pace, the wifi access and an opportunity to work on the blog, a chance to get to know Terri and Deric, and several of the workampers and fellow guests. This morning we enjoyed the KOA Saturday Morning Pancake Breakfast and met a the owners of two T@B 320s, Kate with a white 2016 and Diana with a red & white 2014. We’ve had a few chances to talk with fellow travelers and some full-timers about the joys of a traveling lifestyle and then we got an email from Lou, Karen’s sister, with a link to Kacey Musgraves’ song My House! So, what else could you ask for?



1 Comment

  1. Mary Lou

    Looks like perfection! Great photo with coffee cups and incredible scenery in your own front yard!
    I listened to the song and enjoyed it all over again. Fits you to a T.
    Happy trails!
    Mary Lou


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