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map of Washington showing location of Ocean City and Oceah Shores

The two RV Gypsies
in Ocean City and Ocean Shores
Washington state
July 21-22, 2013

The two RV Gypsies stayed at Encore Thousand Trails Oceana Campground in Ocean City, Washington. As they turned left into the park entrance,  there were ditches on both sides of the road. This made it tricky to drive their big RV into or out of the park. This park did not have Wi-Fi (except at the clubhouse), but the two RV Gypsies got their own Wi-Fi to work occasionally. NO TV at all. Dirt Roads. Extremely small clubhouse. Laundry was inside an old trailer. RV's or cars can be washed on site for an additional fee, but it won't do much good with the dirt roads in the park. There was a big empty field that the kids played in. No pool. No personal mail accepted at this park.

Encore Thousand Traiils Oceana Resort entrance
the RV and Toad of the two RV Gypsies in Washington

The first part of the park had very few RV's. Apparently everyone liked to drive over the narrow bridge (shown in the photo below) to the second half of the park. That might be because of the access to the beach. But that does make the small clubhouse where Wi-Fi is located, and the laundromat trailer a bit of a walk.

bridge in the campground

The pathway at the far end of the campground had access to the beach. It was probably about a 1/4 mile walk, and it was a cool day.

Karen Duquette on the path to the beach in Ocean City, Washington
Karen Duquette on the path to the beach in Ocean City, Washington
Lee Duquette on the path to the beach in Ocean City, Washington
a big gap in the trees, making a neat cave

laughing clipart dudeAbout half-way down the path to the beach, the two RV Gypsies saw a home-made tree full of odd things that were probably found on the beach or in the water. Lee checked out a shoe to see if it was his size.

a home-made tree full of odd things Lee Duquette checking out the odd stuff found by the beach
a home-made tree full of odd things

The two RV Gypsies finally reached the beach. It was a cold day, and there was a mist in the air just hovering over the sandy beach (see photo below on the right).

Lee Duquette entering the beach
mist in the air
the two RV Gypsies on the beach off the Thousand Trails park in Ocean City
Karen Duquette on the beach
Lee Duquette on the beach
Lee Duquette on the beach
panorama of the ocean and beach

Below: Flocks of birds flying over the ocean shoreline.

Flocks of birds flying over the ocean shore.
Flocks of birds flying over the ocean shore.
panorama of the ocean and beach

laughing clipart dudeLee Duquette freshened his nose. importantKids! Do NOT try this yourself !!!!!!!!!!.

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