Orangie and Henry’s Desert Adventure: Bungalows, Music, and More!
Hey there, it’s Orangie the Jeep, and boy do I have some juicy news for you! My buddy Henry the Truck and I stumbled upon a hidden gem in Anza Borrego State Park – the Bungalows of the Desert. And let me tell you, these bungalows are the real deal!
As soon as we rolled up, we knew we were in for a wild ride. These trailers were like nothing we had ever seen before, with themes like The Western, The Diner, Tiki, and even Frida! I felt like I was in a time machine, transported back to the 50s and 60s. I mean, who wouldn’t want to live like a vintage rockstar for a weekend?
But wait, there’s more! Bungalows of the Desert is all about that #vanlife, so you get to bring your own food and drinks. It’s like tailgating but with a twist of vintage awesomeness. And let’s be real, who needs a fancy hotel room when you can have a quirky and cozy bungalow all to yourself?
However, there was just one tiny problem. Our owners left us outside to drool over the vintage trailers while they got to go inside and enjoy all the luxuries. Can you believe it? It’s like they forgot who did all the heavy lifting to get them there in the first place! But hey, we’re not bitter or anything.
From our vantage point outside, we could see the vintage decor and comfy beds inside the trailers. It was like a scene out of Mad Men, but without us. We tried to play it cool and embrace the desert breeze, but deep down we couldn’t help but feel a little bit sassy.
Too Big to Cuddle Up in Bungalows
As much as we wanted to join our owners inside those cozy trailers, we quickly realized that our size was a major issue. It wasn’t just a matter of squeezing ourselves in – there simply wasn’t enough room for us to fit comfortably.
But that didn’t stop us from getting a peek inside and hearing the sweet sounds of our owners laughter and we could also hear rockin music from the Borrego Springs Music Festival at the Circle. We nosed around the edges of the trailers and listened intently to the music, feeling the rhythm of the desert in our bones.
Sure, we may not have been able to cuddle up inside or enjoy the cool decor, but we were still part of the action in our own way. And who needs a cozy bed when you’ve got the wild desert to explore and your trusty Jeep or Panel Truck by your side?
Join us as we continue to navigate the highs and lows of desert camping, from the comfort of our own ride. We may not fit in those trailers, but we’re still grooving to the beat of the desert and having a blast.