Campsite Cleanup Crew Gets Everything

We believe strongly in leaving our campsite cleaner than we found it, which means our campsite cleanup crew gets everything clean.

Love watching you clean, Hu-Dad.

Love watching you clean, Hu-Dad.

Because we have a long drive on Sunday, we pack most of our belongings in the S-RV Saturday evening. Typhoon was amused watching all of the work (it is that working breed that can appreciate work – especially if someone else is doing it).

What Typhoon did not anticipate is that he might personally be involved in the cleanup of the campsite. Mr. Touch Me Not was less impressed with the work when it reached him.

Don't touch me with that mop!

Don’t touch me with that mop!

2 Comments

  1. Mom 'n Ebby on November 6, 2017 at 4:13 am

    Mom sez: Typhoon, how do you spell “CO-OPER-ATE”?

  2. Lori on November 5, 2017 at 7:23 am

    Hope it was a fabulous vacation!

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