Along the St. Marys River

Wednesday July 13th 2022

The temperature got into the lower half of the nineties with plenty of humidity. The forecast had a very low chance of rain for the day, but it managed to rain for a few minutes. I was away from the campground with the vents and windows in my RV home open. There was a little bit of water on the kitchen floor from the open vent when I got home. Overall I was lucky. It only rained enough to wet the ground.

I was along the St Marys River in downtown St Marys while the black cloud was over my RV home. It didn’t rain at all in that area about five miles from the campground. There was a nice breeze along the river. I strolled along the riverfront and sat in the park watching the limited activity on the river. It was near low tide so the small boat traffic was being careful near the shallows along the shore. I was surprised not to see any bird life taking advantage of the areas exposed by the low tide. Strangely, there were no gulls, egrets or ibis around.

When I got back to the RV park I had a new neighbor. Last nights neighbor had departed. The sites on the other side have been open since I arrived, but given that I got the last site available for my period of stay, they will be filled sometime during my eight days here. Probably they will be occupied this weekend. The front part of the park and the sites with lower amperage electrical service have a higher occupancy level.

Blossom of the day.

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