Well it appears that most of the snowbirds are already home or on their way. We will be on on our way home in a week. Rick and Paulette left their desert winter home and are heading back to British Columbia. Al and Kelly arrived home in Bayfield, Ontario several days ago from their winter in the US Southwest. Odel is recovering nicely from his knee surgery. So they will be staying put for a while while he under goes some therapy.
My sister left for home on the 1st. They’re not RVer’s but rent a condo here for 3 months each year. So they have been home for several days. Several people here in the campground have left for northern regions. It’s looking pretty desolate here right now. Friends of ours from Moncton, New Brunswick arrived the day my sister left. They were over the other day and we’re going out for supper tonight. Hopefully we’ll get together again before we leave. These are people that I have been friends with for 37 years. That’s a lifetime. Our husbands were in the military and we met in Chilliwack, British Columbia. They have since settled in the Maritimes and I in the Toronto area.
We had a hum dinger of a rainstorm 2 days ago. It was so very windy, about 25 mpg with gusts up to 50 mph. You could actually feel the rig shudder on those big gusts. We had over 24 hours of that wind. The rain, not so much.
We are still waiting for the awning to be fixed. This is turning into an epic story. Totally ridiculous. They were supposed to come yesterday, but were ‘too busy’. So we have been promised tomorrow morning. We’ll see.
The ducks have eaten all my cracked corn. But they don’t lack for food, lots of people feed them all the time.
Well until later…take care.