The end of our stay at Seaquest and moving to Manchester
|Feburary ended pretty nice at Seaquest. We moved from the camploop to the yurt village in Mid-February to be the "yurt hosts" as the yurts were going to be busy thru the end of the month.
Our site was across from the "yurt village," and we were now considered the yurt hosts.
The yurts were going to be busy the rest of Feburary and the Park Manager wanted us closer so yurt guests had better access to a host.
A yurt is a round tent with cabin like features.
Each day we had a pair of black tail deer come grazing into the playfield. They were quite regular with their time too, approximately 3 PM each day they showed up.
We finished up the month assisting with downed branch chipping and blowing roadways to finalized our assistance with the December storm clean up. There was still much left to do, this park was hit hard. We shared a couple of dinner nights with Brad and Leah, he was the 2nd park ranger, the one in charge of the hosts. They are a nice young couple. Well, March 1st arrived and it was time to move onto Manchester State Park!
On the way to the Pudet Sound we had to pass right by the kids, so we made arrangements to stop and have lunch together. We ate at a Roundtable pizza and enjoyed our time with the kids. A fun time was had by all.
We made it to Manchester late Sunday evening and met our supervising Ranger and got keys and then directions to the Port Orchard urgent care as Kevin fell on the wet slippery floor at the pizza parlor and we ended up going to urgent care. No bone damage but bad sprain and strain of the muscles from his low back to ankle on his left side. He is recovering fine, just did not need more aches and pains.
Stephanie needed surgery so Grandma got to spend the weekend with the grandkids! Anthony attended to Stephanie's needs, visited with Mom and enjoyed the help with the kids. We had fun playing games and doing the cartoons and movies! There was not enough of Grandma to go around at times! The kids are sure getting big.
Well, that is latest from the Paulson's, take care.