No dizzy spells this morning. All is good, so we enjoy a nice breakfast and watch the birds as they played near our motorhome. This is a Northern Flicker.
Blue Jays and Blackbirds were investigating our fire pit.
We had our lunch and then went to see what Peter and Janette were up to. Peter wants to go out in his boat again and see if he can catch a fish. We load his boat on the back of his truck and this time we go to the boat ramp at Stormy Lake.
It is very easy to launch the boat and get it ready.
Janette took our photo standing on the end of the dock.
Peter and I head off into Stormy Lake.
From out in the lake I can see the fire tower. We had considered walking the fire tower trail but this is probably the closest view of it that I will get.
It is a beautiful afternoon to be out on Stormy Lake… nice big clouds above and blue water all around us.
Peter dropped a line in the water trying his luck to catch a fish.
We were out for a couple of hours exploring all the little coves.
We explored up the Restoule River as far as we could go.
No bites on the line the whole time we were out. I thought these Northern lakes were known for great fishing.
While Peter and I were out on the lake, Karen and Janette walked the River Trail.
There was lots to see along the way.
They saw some different types of mushrooms. This is a Yellow Spotted Amanita Mushroom.
Have no idea what these are.
Janette leads the way as they continue along the trail.
At the end of the trail they spotted 2 deer.
Karen and I had steak on our Weber Q bbq for dinner. Then we walked to Peter and Janette’s site for an evening bonfire.
Karen and Janette took a quick walk down to the waterfront to catch the setting sun.
The moon was high in the sky.
Back at the campfire we roasted marshmallows and enjoyed the conversation and a few drinks.
We had some late night visitors again this evening. They are so bold and come within a few feet of where we are sitting.
Some dogs barking a few sites away startled them and they scampered off. We threw some peanuts out to try and entice them back, but they were gone. We finished our drinks and watched the last flickering flames of our fire before heading back to our motorhome.