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The two RV Gypsies
explored Leavenworth,
an Alpine / Bavarian Village in Washington
July 15, 2013

The two RV Gypsies parked their RV at Leavenworth Resort (a Thousand Trails and Encore resort) while they went to the nearby quaint village of Leavenworth. The roads at Leavenworth Resort were dirt roads, and as seen in the below photos, that put a lot of dust on the RV of the two RV Gypsies, as well as on their toad. According to the map they gave the two RV Gypsies at check-in, there were 279 sites, of which only 22 sites had 50 amp hook-up, and only 5 of those 50 amp sites were full hook-up, and all of the 50 amp sites were taken on the date that the two RV Gypsies checked in.  NO TV at all. NO Wi-Fi at sites, but Wi-Fi was available in the Osprey Pines Lodge, which was a long distance from the site of the two RV Gypsies. Very low water pressure. The sites were standard sites.

Thousand Trails sign
the very dusty toad of the two RV Gypsies at Thousand Trails

The RV and toad of the two RV Gypsies sure got dirty on this trip, and mostly from the dirt roads in the campground.

the dusty RV and toad of the two RV Gypsies
dust on the side of the two RV Gypsies' RV

Karen Duquette and an Alpine water fountain in Leavenworth

A pork luncheon - a typical German meal

Karen Duquette and an Alpine water fountain in Leavenworth
A pork luncheon - a typical German meal

Karen Duquette in the Alpine Village of Leavenworth

Karen Duquette in the Alpine Village of Leavenworth
Karen Duquette in the Alpine Village of Leavenworth

A very tall Maypole in the town square

A very tall Maypole in the town square
A very tall Maypole in the town square

Alpine stores

Nutcracker museum

Alpine stores
Nutcracker Museum

Lee Duquette tried on some fun hats in one of the Leavenworth stores.

Lee Duquette in a yellow mustard hat
Lee Duquette in a spikey eyeball hat
 

Lee Duquette enjoyed the misters on a hot day

Lee Duquette in a neat top hat
Lee Duquette enjoying the misters on a hot day

People enjoyed food while cooling down under misters

Lee Duquette relaxed with his new buddy.

People enjoying food while cooling down under misters
Lee Duquette relaxes with his new buddy
a giant nutcracker

The two RV Gypsies took a short walk through Waterfront Park in Leavenworth.

Waterfront Park sign
Leavenworth Riverfront park plaque
Lee Duquette at Leavenworth Riverfront

The two RV Gypsies came to a bridge and took a photograph from each side of  the bridge

view of the river
view of the river

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