The Two RV Gypsies: Full-Time RVers
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Thousand Trails Campground
and Cultus Lake
British Columbia, Canada
May 15, 2009
Below: The new yard and neighborhood of the two RV Gypsies - May 2009
Karen Duquette at the Thousand Trails entrance sign
Karen Duquette at the Thousand Trails entrance sign
Karen Duquette at the Thousand Trails entrance sign
The RV and toad of the two RV Gypsies
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Lee duquette
This Thousand Trails was a very nice campground. However, it was Victoria Day Holiday and the campground was filled to capacity. Many sites were without services. The employees were extremely helpful and friendly. It had a golf course, pool, clubhouse, Wi-Fi and more. The two RV Gypsies never spend much time in any of the campgrounds because they like to see the surrounding areas.
outside the clubhouse
Below: The golf course at Thousand Trails Campground and the mountains in the distance.
The golf course at Thousand Trails Campground
trees
golf course, tree, mountains
golf course, tree, mountains
golf course, tree, mountains
golf course, tree, mountains
trees and a mountain
entry to the campground
Below: Two views of the road leaving Thousand Trails Campground
exit from the campground
exit from the campground
Below: Cultus Lake
Cultus Lake
Cultus Lake
Cultus Lake
Cultus Lake
a boat on Cultus Lake
Cultus Lake
Cultus Lake

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