It was a lazy morning around the old campground. I slept in till 9:30 and Karen slept till 11:00 Obviously it is pretty quiet here if we are able to do that. Some noisy crows woke me up around 6am, but they moved on and I was able to get back to sleep.
We ate a very late breakfast and then I got busy with one of the chores on my list. That is to wash and wax the front of the motorhome. One thing that is for sure, is that a big flat object flying down the highway at 90 KM per hour sure attracts a lot of bugs. It is like a big bug magnet. There is bug juice and splattered guts coating the front of the motorhome. I scrubbed and buffed every one of them off and then applied a thick coat of fiberglass wax. I am hoping that this coating of wax will make it a lot easier to wash the bugs off in the future.
We ate lunch around 1:30pm and then went for a walk later in the afternoon.
Only took a few photos today. here are a couple of them. The sites across from us have emptied out, but we suspect that they won’t be empty long on a Saturday afternoon.
We walked around the campground and down to the lake.
Then continued the loop back to our site.
I fired up the Weber Q BBQ this evening and cooked us some hot dogs for dinner, along with the left over potatoes from last night. Nothing fancy, but sure was tasty.
Tomorrow we will be packing up and leaving to head further North. We are meeting our friends Peter and Janette at an agreed upon time and location just off of Hwy 11 and then we will continue North together to Restoule Provincial Park.
We won’t have any internet or cell phone signal while at Restoule, so we will see you on the other side when we return to civilization later in the week. We should have lots of pictures and lots to blog about when we return.
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