It’s a glorious morning! The surface of the lake is very still, and on the way back to my site, I heard the call of the Loon wafting over the water.
Yesterday was a perfect day, also. There was a group of about a dozen young mothers and children playing at the beach. I had to disturb their play to get them to move a couple of their cars - one side of the parking lot is for vehicles with boat trailers - the other side - for single vehicles. I was told by one young lady that there were no signs designating parking. I slowly turned around and looked pointedly at a 3’ x 4’ red and white sign on an easel not 20’ from her. And then the signs on each side of the parking lot. They graciously moved their cars. It’s a foretaste of the summer weekends to come.
I try to speak to each group of campers at least once. Those who know me best, know I am a very shy person, and trying to hide it. Years ago I wore hats to hide under when I attended any kind of group activity. It’s difficult to speak to people - of course when you get to know me - it’s harder still to shut me up. This is a very excellent experience. Tucker is a great conversation starter.
A couple of young cyclists stopped for the night. They were on their way to Jasper Park in Canada. They were from Switzerland, and had been cycling across the country for 2 months - they had 2 weeks left on their trip. An adventure to remember for the rest of their lives.
School is still in session in this area - I think it lets out this coming week - that will surely officially announce the beginning of summer.
Can you tell that I am really enjoying it here?
Until next time,
Boots and Tucker
She believed she could do it, so she did!