Made it to Maine.
Bingo, I picked another really nice RV campground. Old Orchard Beach Campground minute off the interstate. Our area (one of several) is called “Bear Brook”. There are a lot of seasonal people in this campground and a lot of really nice park models. I assume most of these people winter in Florida and summer in Maine.
We have a corner lot. I like corner lots. As for our site here, all we have on the one side of us are woods. These sites are not on top of each other either. We were initially staying in this campground until Monday but decided to ask if our site was available for 2 more nights. It was so we extended our stay until Wednesday.
Here is a different view. This site is a pull-thru and hubby likes pull-thru sites. They are easy peasy.
Other than the seasonal tenants, the park is rather empty. Usually, parks fill up on weekends but we pulled in on a Friday and today is Saturday and the lots are empty. I do know this park does not allow people to just drive in and get a site. Reservations are a must because of COVID.
There is another Grand Design 5th wheel next to us and one RV next to them. The rest of the sites in Bear Brook are empty.
I put our sign at the back of the 5th wheel. More campground walkers can see it from that viewpoint. I just have to remember to get it when we leave. I do several walk-around each time before we pull out of a site on travel days so hopefully, I won’t forget it.
We had a few maintenance issues to fix after our drive on those horrible roads. Today was also a laundry day. BooBoo insisted on helping me.
Tomorrow is going to be exciting. I love lighthouses. Tomorrow we are going to the Portland Head Lighthouse.
The Portland Head Light is the most photographed lighthouse in America, and also the oldest in Maine.
God Bless, Stay Safe and Be Kind to Every Kind.