We have just left Bay Landing a Thousand Trails campground. We stopped here to do some paper work for a possible future job called "gate guarding". It sounds like a pretty good deal and we are looking into it.
So anyways we stopped here because it was close to where we needed to be and it's free. Well, sort of after you pay your membership fees. I have to say we have been very pleased with the park. It is suppose to be their busy season but there is hardly anyone here. The rv's that are here don't seem to have any people. I think they are long term campers, which means they leave their campers here for the year and come and go. So you have campers but no people. Last weekend there were people and kids around but after Sunday we have hardly seen a soul. It has been so peaceful and quiet. Except for the birds and the butterflies. The birds are noisy but the butterflies are pretty quiet. But they are everywhere. I figured we would only stay a couple of days and we ended up staying the whole week because we liked it so much.
|There was an area to ride the Ranger|
|There were butterflies everywhere|
|Plus so many things in bloom|
|Ed started taking pictures of the flowers and they all had|
an insect on them
|I know nothing about flowers, but|
they were pretty
|isn't this just a neat bird|
|When it flies the tail separates like a scissor, thus the name Scissor Tail|
|our back yard|
|our front yard|
|even thought there are rv's around us, we never see anybody |
because most of them are empty
|the lizards are out|
|We came across a lean too hut over in the tent area, |
wonder if someone tried to sleep in it
|looking out over the lake|
|you can see why people come here|
|Very nice pond but the fish were very small|
We are heading out tomorrow to come back to Indiana. After being gone all winter, I am ready to go home. We are only going to be home for about 7 weeks and than we are heading to Georgia for a family reunion. We may have a buyer for the house, so between that and Dr's app. and Dentist apps., it's going to be a fast summer.
We started out on Saturday with almost 1,100 miles to go. We stopped one night and Ed decides to just make a fast trip out of it. His back has been bothering him again and he didn't want to take the chance it would get worse and he wouldn't be able to drive at all. So we would drive an hour or two and than he would lay down for an hour. So we started out at 8am and we will be in Elkhart around 9am. It was a long drive but I have to say it is nice to be home.
Love ya, Lyn and Ed