it was 40° when I took this picture, but I was comfortable in my long sleeve, flannel shirt which was all I needed. But looking back on it I should've wore pants, I didn't realize the Escapees have a dress code.
I accidentally woke up and got out of bed this morning at sunrise. I try to avoid that if at all possible because getting out of bed that early if you don't have to go to work, go fishing, or go hunting, is a sure sign of being a geezer so old and so set in your ways you have long forgotten the joy of waking up when the sunshine comes through your bedroom window.
But since I was up anyway I decided I would walk around and take a few early morning pictures of the Escapees Park while the sun was coming up. This worked out okay until someone called the cops thinking I was a homeless bum aimlessly wandering around the RV Park incoherently talking to myself. After explaining to the police that yes I was wandering aimlessly around the RV Park while incoherently talking to myself, but I was most definitely not homeless.
After clearing that up with the cops they became much more agreeable and helped me up off the ground and removed the cuffs, telling me that maybe it would be best if I just stayed in the Arctic Fox and didn't go wandering around in the dark scaring the RV Park inhabitants who aren't used to seeing someone like me that's not sleeping on the sidewalk. I agreed with them wholeheartedly and decided this is yet one more reason not to get out of bed before the sun comes up.
In an Escapees Park you will have a mix of folks that own their lots and live here long term, and some folks that are just here for a week or two.
This building among other things has a woodworking shop with table saws, band saws and other woodworking gadgets that's free to use if you're so inclined. its run by a couple of old woodworking experts, Lefty and Three Finger Jack.
Some lot owners, build little buildings on their lot that can be used for storage or more popular, a living room with a big screen TV, a sofa, and enough chairs for friends and visitors to stop by.