We arrived at our campsite in Sundance Meadows. An interesting RV park, they accept Coast to Coast members but don’t seem too happy about it. (Coast to Coast is a deep discount membership). We arrived after they closed for the day but our reservation and access information was waiting on the bulletin board so we were able to get in the gate, find a site (based upon list of options provided) and get parked. The park is ok, could certainly use some updates but for $10.00 a day, it worked. They have a variety of amenties available; however C to C members were only allowed to use designated facilites which not always the most convenient to the site, but otherwise ok. We never spoke to any of the management while we were there, we just used it as a place to park while we visited the area.
As our car was still at Ralph’s and he isn’t coming over until Wednesday afternoon, we focused on working on cleaning the RV and performing some housekeeping duties we had let slide. On Wednesday, Ralph arrived and brought over the windshield covers that we had shipped to his house. We spend a couple of hours getting them installed, passed on an invitation to go back and listen to some music so that we could run a few errands.
Thursday we set out to do some sight seeing things that we did not get a chance to do last time. We went back to La Pine and to the Newberry Volcanic Monument Park. There we saw beautiful views of the mountains, visited the Paulina lakes that originally was one lake and divided into to when there was a volcano eruption and we walked up an obsidian flow (valcanic glass).
That evening Ralph and Joan picked us up and we went over to the Old Mill District shopping center and had a belated Birthday dinner for Ralph. We went back to the campground, said our goodbyes and prepared to head to the Long Beach Peninsula the next day.