Friday was soooo hot. How hot was it? I think we hit 30 degrees here on the Lahave River. Not that I'm complaining. But we just aren't used to that sort of temperature this early in the season. Our poor old winter beaten bodies just can't adjust that fast to such a drastic temperature change. But now that we got a dose, I'm sure we'll all be fine. The hot weather did absolutely nothing for the black flies. Those little buggers would outlast a nuclear bomb, I'm sure.
Speaking of which, when you are coming to stay with us, make sure you bring your fly dope. The downside of a wooded campground is for sure the bugs. But the upside to a wooded campground far outweigh the bad. 10 fold. The wooded campsites along the river are spectacular. If I do say so myself. :-)
The weekends fly by so fast. Here it is Sunday morning all ready. I'll be heading back to the city this afternoon, and it seems like I just got here. We had a good weekend. It was quiet. We had a couple stay here last night that just bought their first trailer. A hard top they bought at Bluenose RV in Bridgewater and of course they had to come and try it out.
The campers have the stove on in the shelter. They must be getting ready for their book exchange. The book exchange is every Sunday morning from 9am to 10am.
If you are in the Lunenburg area today (May 24th) Ellen Hunt, one of our seasonals is reading one of her stories at the Tin Fish Restaurant, on Pelham Street in Lunenburg. It's for the Gallows Hill Writers Read and it's from 2pm to 3pm.
There will be a campers meeting next Saturday night (May 30th) at 7:00pm, to discuss the activities for the upcoming season. Come and join us and have your say on what activities you would like to see. If you can't make the meeting we'd still like to hear from you. If there is an activity you'd like to see, just leave a comment here and we will bring it up at the meeting.
I think that's all I have to report for today.