Entries by erin thiem

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Happy Holidays

Happy Holidays!  While the Inn Town Campground is still under development (we’re making progress behind the scenes over here), I wanted to take a moment and share this festive photo […]

Inn Town Campground Approval

Hello campers!  We have a long road ahead of us, but we’re excited to say that we passed the Nevada City Planning Commission use permit approval process today.  With this […]

Tractor Fun

We’re still waiting on permits, but in the mean time testing out equipment and working on paperwork.  We’ll keep you posted when the real fun starts. Inn Town Campground, a […]

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The Waiting Game

My goal was to share the progress of the campground and the journey involved, but as a visually minded person I’ve been struggling on how to show a waiting game. […]

Airstream Office

22′ 1964 Airstream Safari, converted to be an office for the Inn Town Campground, Nevada City, California, custom conversion by Dan Thiem, photos by Kat Alves Photography.  To see the […]

Airstream Office, before photos

We needed an office to be the hub for the campground, and ideally we needed something we could park in our driveway for the development stages and then eventually move […]

a trial run

  While the Inn Town Campground isn’t open yet, it hasn’t stopped a few family members from taking a trial run.  Good to have a few focus groups to get […]

Engagement Photos

My talented friend Athena used the future campground as a backdrop for some recent engagement photos for Allison & Lucas, you can see the rest of the photos on Athena’s […]

a long road

Welcome to the Inn Town Campground blog… many of you know me from the Outside Inn’s  popular local blog InnSide Nevada City but this blog is about the campground we’re […]

Snow

A dusting of snow in Nevada City provided a magical moment out at the campground.  A winter wonderland before we start construction with Mother Nature and lots of beautiful snow.

A Christmas Tree

The Inn Town Campground isn’t open, but we thought it would be fun to go for a visit and harvest our family Christmas tree.  What I love is that on […]