I really, really, really wished that I had something new and exciting to write about this morning, but all we did yesterday is w*rk and come home. However, one thing that is exciting is that the sun was shining when we rolled out of the sack this morning. That’s an unusual occurrence around here. Maybe the weather is changing in spite of the weather dudes predictions.
We’re gearing up for the Memorial Day weekend here at Wild Duck. The campground is just about full, just four tenting sites left to fill. “Campers” are already arriving to make it a longer weekend yet, but this is an adult (in the old sense of the word) campground. I think we’ll miss seeing families enjoying the camping experience, but we’ll definitely appreciate the quiet.
Our prayers go out to all our fellow Americans that have suffered due to the tornadoes, flooding, etc.. It has been a rough spring in the United States with total communities being “wiped out”. With America’s economic problems, the price of fuel and food escalating, the devastation inflicted by all these storms, and the weird weather patterns that we’ve been experiencing over the past couple of years, one can’t help but think that the affluent way of life, as we know it, is slowly ebbing away.
Oh well, in the meantime, Life Is Good – RV Life Is Better. We are certainly blessed to be able to make our annual rounds seeing family and friends up here in the Northeast, in the Midwest, and in the Southeast. Now, if only we can hold onto the sun for a few weeks. “Sunshine on my shoulders makes me happy”.
Take Care Until Next Time - - - - - - -