I meant to tell you about this the other day. We have stayed at the West 40 RV Park in Shamrock, Texas several times now. We stop there on our way to Arizona in the spring, and again on our way back east in the fall. The little old lady who owns the place is such a sweetheart! The first time we met her, we went in to register and pay for our campsite, and she came in using a walker, and had a neck brace on. She gave us directions to a a good place to eat, and also told us where to get the best deal on tires for our trailer in Shamrock.
When we checked in this time, there was note on the door that said “Gone to the doctor. Please pay using the night registration envelopes.” We filled our our slip and put it in the envelope with the payment, but before we could drop it in the box, the woman’s daughter drove up. She said her mother had gotten sick and had to be hospitalized. She had a kidney infection and some other problems. We chatted a bit with the daughter, but it all got me to wondering about if the woman had a medical alarm monitoring system in her home there at the campground office.
I have been wondering about this all week, and worrying about this woman I barely know. She apparently lives alone there at the campground, with the closest hospital nearly 100 miles away in Amarillo. If she had a