Thursday, July 28, 2016

Home Again

One of the old adages Linda and I have always held to is the one about visitors being like fish and the longer they stay the stinker they get. Something like that.
We had a wonderful time with Jill and Barry, but we always like to keep our visits short so that we don't become stinky fish.

We packed up and left on Monday and took two nights to get back to Cd'A.  Our first night's campground was located at Kentucky-Alleyne Provincial Park. It was a nice spot with a couple little lakes that we could walk around.

The last night we camped at Gifford State Park on Lake Rosevelt. We swam in the lake and after drying off, ate dinner as a thunderstorm blew into the area. Great lightning but Kobi was not impressed.
Jill and Barry's Loon and baby.
Had a wonderful dinner at Joe's place.  
Sunset on the last night at Lac La Hache.
Two pups playing.
Storm moving in over Lake Rosevelt.

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