This is the time of year, in our neck of the woods (cottage country) where we are from, where lots and lots of campers, families using their cottages, and full-time RV families, will be using the endless amount of campsites in our Province of Ontario.
Well, lets just say, “plans have changed for the majority of these families”. Although, for now these sites are not listed as “essential”, there will be a time where they will be. When you think about it, a very high percentage of campers are living the “full-time RV lifestyle” and need to be able to park their “homes” somewhere.
We need to be able to get our Pink Flamingo’s out of storage and display them as they should be!! Right in front of our home at camp! 😉😉
My family and I have a 5th wheel at our camp, however we are unable to access it due to the latest happenings in the news today. In fact, we are not even allowed to move our trailer at all; we are only allowed to make appointments in the event we need to remove items from “out of” our trailer. But I am not complaining; instead I am grateful the campgrounds are following the Government orders. The more people that don’t follow, then the longer it will take for us to get back to the lives we knew.
I have one little suggestion that may help while we are riding out this latest wave.
If you are able to, and what we all need to do as one large Team in the World, is this:
If you have a home that has a larger driveway, yard, or even acreage, please offer some “temporary” space to these full-time RV families, with the stipulation that social distancing must be followed. Not all RV families, have extended families they can stay with, nor do they have the large amounts budgeted to pay for the rental of homes or apartments. That’s one of the reasons why they made the choice to RV full-time; works better in a budget.
Please do an act of kindness for these families; one act of kindness goes a very long way. Eventually, once things get a bit more organized, the Governments will have some adjusted rules to perhaps make it easier for “seasonal” campers to set up their homes again. To be honest, it is no different than living in a regular house; you still have neighbors to watch out for and to practice social distancing with, so it shouldn’t be a problem for RV families who have been doing this full-time.
Lets make sure we work together to help free the Pink Flamingo’s once again, to brighten up this World and show that it is still okay to live life, regardless if you live in a house, apartment or trailer.
With Good Vibes Only – Pink Flamingo’s At The Campsite!