A Slow Day

Friday September 21st 2018

Today started with some sunshine then declined all day. A cold front moving in from the west pushed clouds into the area with the threat of rain and wind. The temperature peaked in the low seventies, but didn’t really feel that warm. The forecast seems to call for clearing but cooler conditions as fall arrives tomorrow.


I don’t have much to write about in this blog entry. The day involved some TV in the morning and some driving back to southern New Hampshire in the afternoon. Once I got back to my RV home a spontaneous nap consumed more of the afternoon.

The campground is full for the weekend. It even looks like most of the cabins are occupied too. In addition to the many travelers from around North America there are plenty of weekenders from the nearby states. What was a quiet place all week is much noisier tonight. There are a few kids making kid type noises, but there are also several camping “buddies” that like to holler between sites. The good thing is I think the hollering is what brought me out of my spontaneous nap. Hopefully, they will be quieter in the morning, so I don’t wake up to their voices.


Blossom of the day.


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