We met Lisa's family at Wal-Mart where everyone needed to stock up on some groceries and necessities and then drove over to her house. There wasn't really much to do. Ryan and Josh was supposed to come this morning from Maryland but something more important came up and they aren't coming now until tomorrow. Our last day here will be tomorrow and Lisa just told me her father-in-law is coming tomorrow for a week. So, I guess our visit will be cut short. I was hoping to stay a week here, but having to pay for the campground Disappointing since it took so long to get here and we have to leave, but it's probably for the best and start heading west again.
While at Lisa's the water was deep enough for Hunter to "kayak" in the grass on his front lawn...remember the ditches I got stuck in yesterday and ruined the front of the RV? Well, it was full over water today.
|Josh gave Hunter a push and he went nearly all the way down the whole canal.|
Once we got to North River Campground, the rain had cleared for a little bit but the whole park had patches of water all over the grass. The ground is hill and dale and lots of standing water.
The water is deeper than it looks and at the lake they have drainage PVC pipes for run off. This is how much and how fast the run off is happening.
|Learning the ropes of kayaking|
|"Look at me", Grandma!|
|Note, that he has his fishing pole attached!|
|Anxious to go fishing!|
|Stroke, stoke, stoke...|
|Making sure all the poles are there.|
|Ready to go!|
|And, he's off!|
|Photos, anyone? Say "cheese"!|
|Watching Josh and Hunter side-by-side|
|Father and Son bonding time.|
|Enjoying the lake.|
|Yick...squishy, grassy water!|
|It's soggy here...and one unhappy camper.|
|We found a shallow spot among the water!|
Since writing today's post is started raining so hard that within an hour nearly the whole park was underwater. Remind me never to go east in an RV in summer again...
|One very soggy campground!|