Join us as we travel North America in our
Holiday Rambler Vacationer, since August 2006
A beautiful sunny warm morning, coffee, computing and a walk to the beach. Thru the narrow roads in the campground, still a step back in time, when there was small trailers coming here.
|the beach in the morning|
|Narrow roads in the campground|
|Our Old Cottage|
|Me and Mrs. McKellar|
After this lovely visit we took Mrs. McKellar back home said good bye promising to stop by again someday soon.
After here we headed back east past a huge new development of expensive houses (now known as Bowers Beach), then along to Wasaga Beach, here there is 14kms (8.7miles) of white sandy beach, that we used to be able to drive the length of it on the hard packed sand. Now vehicles are prohibited and Ontario Parks has taken over, created parking lots and charge now about $10.00 to park then walk to the beaches. Still early in the season, there was few neat shops open, people on the beach and in swimming. We found a few more campgrounds with the rates all about the same as where we were, except they are across from Walmart, large grocery stores, and chain restaurants. We like where we are.
Afterwards a short walkabout, read for a while then a bit of tv before calling it a great day, reliving past experiences and creating new ones.
Many More pictures of our day
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