Another good day of travelling today, and we have ended up just south of Port Huron, Michigan. We are at a KOA Kampground on full service, and it is a good thing, as it is going to go just below the freezing point tonight, so we will need a bit of heat. Not a nice night here as it is raining… what is with that???
We have park internet again, but it is not very good, kind of like dial up if you ask me, so I am not even going to attempt to post any pictures…. too many trees around again, to put any dishes, so no game 7 in N.Y. for me tonight…
We are only about 2 1/2 hour drive from Woodstock, and will leave in the morning. We have been in touch with the Owners of our Park at Willow Lake, and we are all set to drive in and get set up tomorrow afternoon.
Look out Canada, here we come!
glad to see your safe and sound...travel safe...its pretty cold here in Canada....ReplyDelete
Sorry the weather is so lousy for you. Not a nice welcome home but better weather to come. Be safe and hopefully no problems crossing the border.ReplyDelete
Oh goodness you two. Get those blankets out and the heater pumped up on HIGH. Stay warm.ReplyDelete
Hope you have an easy border crossing & keep a close eye on all the construction re-routes right up to nearly the booths themselves. We came through around 8 in the morning & the sun was in our eyes causing us to miss one of the detour signs, Took us about 20 minutes to get ourselves re-oriented again & back on track. Sure is one huge big sigh of relief to roll away from that last border agent & head er into Canada.....& home:))ReplyDelete
WELCOME BACK...well almost backReplyDelete
You missed a great game 7 tonight with the Rangers winning.ReplyDelete
Good luck with the border crossing tomorrow - just remember not to volunteer any additional info beyond what your asked - name, rank and serial number!!!
Welcome back to Ontario, today should be our coldest day, then steadily getting warmer, back just in time. Travel safe.ReplyDelete
Gwenny and I are bouncing up and down with excitement ready to see you both!ReplyDelete
Welcome back to the north side of the medicine line (as JB likes call the border). Trust you crossing ...and the set up in your summer spot were effortless.ReplyDelete