I'm somewhat tied down with a pulled muscle, otherwise I'd be heading to the Harborfest Fireworks Display tonight. So, I sat out on the back deck and shot a few bird photos:
Until next time -
Rain off & on over night as well as most of today. There were a couple of breaks; I managed to do a one mile walk around the campground, and sat outside watching the hummingbirds fight over the feeder for about half an hour. I set it out yesterday, and one found it within 30 minutes. This one has 8 stations; you would think they could share, but there is always one that has to chase away all others.
I thought about staying another day since packing the trailer for just two days seems like a bit of a waste of energy, but decided to stick with the plan. There is only one day available at my site; if there were a few more I might have considered staying. In any case, between cloud bursts I packed away the grill. I hope the rain holds off long enough to pack up the 6' X 12' mat in the morning.
Until the next rip -
One of my shortest trips, both driving distance (16.4 miles) and duration - two nights in the campground. I had new brakes installed on the trailer & wanted to wear them in, plus it gave me a chance to test my new thermostat installation. I'm in site 84, a 30 amp electric only site, mostly dirt & grass with a little gravel, a fire pit & a picnic table that is on the wrong side of the site. While there are no water hookups, there is a water station next door to the site. A short walk to the bathrooms that have hot showers. $57.25 for two nights ($25.00 per night plus a $7.25 registration fee. The reservation was mixed up when I signed in - The registration clerk kept calling me Rush, and when I looked at the tag I was listed as Bob Rush, arriving yesterday and leaving tomorrow. We got it straightened out & Bob wasn't parked in my site.
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