Join us as we travel North America in our
Holiday Rambler Vacationer, since August 2006
We are up early as usual, its a sunny warm morning and after our coffees we are packed up and on the road to Stratford at 7:30 am. We parked our coach in the Canadian Tire Parking lot and I went to the Stratford General Hospital to have the stitches removed on my back from two weeks ago. This is where "good news" part comes in. The mole that was removed is not cancer, I like good news!
We arrived just in time to make lunch, chat with a few friends, and a bunch or Union Gas retirees camped around us on their annual campout. The one neighbour beside us commented about his coach, saying it doesn't look that great anymore, its a 1982, but then he said he's not about buy a new one at 82 years old!
|doesn't look that bad|
Now for the first time in a couple of weeks, we opened the awning, got our lawn chairs out and enjoyed reading in the shade for a while.
Then time to fire up the barbie to grill some pork chops for supper with a rice pilaf and
some tender sweet Ontario asparagus.
After this we went over to help Suzanne open her awning, then a nice visit with Phil and Judy. Chat for a while catching up and watching the hummingbirds and orioles in the trees.
Then back home to read a bit more and some tv before calling it a night.
Thanks for stopping by.