RVery Best Nest

Come join Joe, Mallery & I, as we travel around the USA in our RVery Best Nest. God's Favor has been chasing us down, and we are enjoying all of His blessing's, that He has created for all to enjoy!

Sunday, June 17, 2012

Imperial Manor, Citrus Heights, CA.

                                      Friday 5/25/2012

We only stayed at Harmony Ridge Resort in Nevada City for four days because the resort was full for the Memorial Day Weekend. Too bad because we could have stayed for two weeks free, if space was available, because it is a ROD resort. We packed up our gear and took Hwy. 49 to I-80 toward Sacramento. As we got closer to Sacramento, traffic got bogged down once or twice.
We took an exit just east of Sacramento to the suburb of Citrus Heights, CA. The city has a population of 83,301. The part of the city we drove through had a very clean and new look to it.
Our next neighborhood was at Imperial Manor Mobile Community in Citrus Heights, CA.
It is located just one block from the main shopping area of Citrus Heights, making grocery shopping easy.

We came here because it was the Memorial Holiday weekend, and most campgrounds are full or very pricey.
This was on our route and was at a price of $17 a day with a Passport America membership.
The park is a 55 or older community and kept very clean.

We had a patio, which we like, so not so much grass, gravel or dirt is tracked in. I had bought a cherry tomato plant a ways back, as you can see. Joe said he hoped I get enough tomatoes for the price, space and effort. Doesn't that just sound like Joe. We only stayed at Imperial Manor for Friday and Saturday, because the rate jumped up to $34 a day on the third day.

Sunday 5/27/2012

Our next stop was at Cummins West in Sacramento. We didn't need any work, but the business told Joe before we left Cummins West when we had been there earlier in May that we were welcome to stay anytime. Joe called before we arrived and checked with them again, and they said if there was space available, we could stay there. When we came in, the small Class B was the only one there. The other big motor home came in shortly after we came in. Cummis West in Sacramento has water and electricity, but no sewer. We had spent $2,700 when we had stuff fixed there, on our earlier stay. Joe felt we had spent enough at Cummins West for another couple free night stays.
We stayed there Sunday and Monday, finishing off the Memorial Weekend, before we continued west toward the coast. I have been growing out Mallery's hair. In most places it has worked out great because nights are very chilly, except for the valley's of California.

To keep you up to date, we are currently in Klamath, CA., just north of Eureka, CA. visiting the Redwood National and State Parks.

No comments:

Post a Comment