We decided to return to this park for our 10-day summer vacation. I had to work a few days this week and this park is not too far away for me to commute.
Upon arriving, we were lucky enough to find that the spot we wanted was available. This was the same one my brother-in-law had last week and seemed to be very nice. It was Thursday night and the park was pretty much full when we got there.
We had a little visitor come to our trailer. He stayed for most of the night, right there on our front step.
Saturday, we noticed a couple vacating a site across the road from us. This site, unlike ours, had a sewer connection as well as electric and water. We thought that it would be a good idea to move considering our extended stay. The site was on the end of a loop under a large maple tree. We have since determined this site to be one of the finest in the park.
That same night the park has a pig roast. There are only a few of them throughout the season. We were lucky enough to be here during one of them. It was an excellent meal and I would highly recommend attending if you get the opportunity.
This week has been a challenge. I am recovering from kidney stone surgery and this place was just what I needed to relax. Kidney stones are the most painful thing that I have experienced and anything I can do to take my mind off the pain is just what the doctor ordered.