Yesterday we extended our stay until Sunday. Since our site was reserved by someone else for the weekend, we had to move. It really worked out well for us, because one waterfront site happened to be available and we got it!
The weather yesterday ran the gamut from drizzly in the morning, bright sunshine early in the afternoon, then a ferocious, short lived storm late in the afternoon.
I was out walking the dogs while Ron did laundry when the sky darkened and a very frightening wind started tearing through the campground. I was so afraid that our awning would be destroyed. I raced back to the campsite on foot, and Ron left the laundromat when he saw the wind. We got to the trailer about the same time. By then the worst of the wind was past, and the deluge hit.
Fortunately the awning wasn’t damaged and we were able to get it in without incident.
Today is the most beautiful day you could ask for. Balmy, sunshiny, a delicious breeze, and all the joys of camping on the water. I have loved watching the boats, jet skis, and even a giant houseboat go by.
Mostly, I’ve just basked in the peace of the panorama of blue skies and blue water while I worked on a cross stitch project for the trailer. It’s a bicycle in grass with its basket brimming with flowers. The caption reads, “It’s all about the JOURNEY.” Isn’t that perfect for a Casita? I plan to put it on the divider wall.
On one of our walks today we found wild muscadine grapes! A few were ripe enough to pick and eat. What a fun surprise.