Lot 38 is Up For Trade
Lot 38 (photo) is up for trade
from Wed June 29 @ 9:30 am
until Tues July 5 @ 9:30 am.
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800 S. State St.
Sutherlin, OR 97479
Mon – Fri 9am to 12; 1pm to 5
Office: (541) 459-4465
About UsThe Timber Valley SKP RV Park is a 206 unit 55+ RV Co-op affiliated with the Escapees RV Club. Each member of the co-op holds a lifetime lease on a large RV lot. When a member is not in the park, that lot can be put into the rental pool so that visiting Escapees members may rent an available lot by the day, week, or month.
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Mary Regan, Lot 28
951 285 0995
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Category Archives: Life at Timber Valley
Rick De Young told me that there has been an interest among members to have a garden in the park for many years. Recently that dream has been renewed by a bunch of those who have had working family gardens … Continue reading
Please join in a group activity to install the rubber mats on the remaining pathways. Everyone is invited…you don’t have to be a member of a particular Committee. Many hands make light work. We need a good turnout for this. … Continue reading
By Jackie Deal Thursdays Home from an exhausting physical therapy: tired, depleted and hungry. And what did I find waiting for me? A wonderful “Meals on Wheels” dinner: beef tacos, corn salsa, refried beans and to top it off a … Continue reading
By Jackie Deal “That’s Gold in Them Thar Hills” (thank you Bugs Bunny, actually “Yosemite Sam”). Friday afternoon the gold was music! For the first time in a l-o-n-g time the Timber Valley clubhouse rang with music. With music and … Continue reading
Thanks to all who made yesterday’s Friday Social Hour Music Fest a great success!
by Jackie Deal “Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered weak and weary”…. Well, it was more like 7 a.m. but it felt like midnight. And yes, I felt weak and weary as I peered bleary eyed into my … Continue reading
Thanks to everyone who made the Kentucky Derby event a great success!
At our first official educational event, Herbalist Amber Merrifield enlightened us with information about the growing and use of herbs. In a former life, Amber worked in veterinary medicine giving anesthesia, animal critical care, pharmacology and biomedical treatment.
Come on out to the Clubhouse for Saturday morning coffee and donuts. $1:50. Yep, $1:50 for all the coffee you want and fresh wonderful donuts from Henry’s Donut shop. Why, a cup of coffee costs $2. Or $2:50. And donuts? … Continue reading
By Jackie Deal It started around coffee, three women talking. “Ya’ know there’s so much about my rig that I don’t know anything about.”
For the first time in ages, the Friday afternoon social time will feature guest speakers on Dec. 10, at 3 p.m. in the Clubhouse. Longtime gardeners, Dick Rauscher and Melinda Stanfield will share some of their experiences on gardening and composting. Currently … Continue reading
A great time was had by all – thanks to everyone who participated in decorating the Clubhouse!
After finishing your washing, please remember to check the wash machine’s drum, door, gaskets and dispenser drawers for grime and pet hair. Take a moment to run a clean cloth around the inside of each drum and in each of … Continue reading
Saturday and Sunday are predicted to be 100 plus degrees! Some of us will be tempted to turn on two air conditioners. That is not a good idea as we will be stressing our electrical system as it is. When … Continue reading
“It’s important to be ready when disaster strikes. Whether it’s flood, wildfire or other emergency common to Oregon, these events disproportionately affect older adults, many of who have mobility, chronic disease or disability challenges that require them to seek extra … Continue reading