Visiting Family (126-128)

After returning from Arizona, we enjoyed visiting with family on our next two RV trips.

RVing is really the best way to see family, especially when you both have RV’s and can meet up somewhere, like we did with Deb’s sister in April.

We met up with them in Petaluma at the KOA to visit for a few days, along with our daughter and her fiancé.

KOA’s are good for this, especially when you can get sites next to each other. That makes the space between the sites more private for the gathering.

They also have fun activities to pass the time, so you can go for a swim, let the dogs play in the dog park, go for a walk on a nature trail, or even play a few games like cornhole. Makes for a great day of catching up.

And in the evening, you can wind down by the fire while roasting marshmallows.

Camping together is a great way to visit.

Another great way is to park your motorhome at a nearby RV park and visit a few days. In May, we visited our daughter and her fiancé in the gold country. Here is one of the many great meals we shared at their place, along with his parents.

And Lucy had a fantastic time with her best dog-friend. 🙂 They love playing keep away with any stick they can find.

We shared many great conversations and walks in the beautiful gold country.

Even though I don’t write often about family visits, we feel so blessed that this an important part of our RV Trips.

Once our visit was over, we were still in the mood for traveling, so we stopped by Jackson Rancheria in Jackson, CA for a few days. As you can see, their sites are large and beautiful, and a great base for visiting the area.

Our favorite place while visiting there is Sutter Creek, the “Jewel of the Gold Country”.

Not to be missed there is Gold Dust Pizza. We sat out on the patio in the shade next to the river and enjoyed a delicious pizza.

All too soon, it was time to head home, but a trip to the ocean was just around the corner…

Al & Deb

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