The flight from Grenada to Toronto had some good tail wind so we arrived early. With our early arrival and quick trip through customs and immigration we were able to get an earlier shuttle to London. Robert Q Airbus was very accommodating! Once in London, my Dad picked us up and we had a nice visit with him for a couple days. We got to catch up with our friend Cezanne over a great bottle of wine and a lovely rack of lamb. We picked up Motorme and headed down to Amherstburg and Willowood campground. Dirk and Colleen kindly brought our Jeep out to the campground. While I was visiting Courtney, I got a text from Randy to pick up mouse traps on the way home – oh oh!
A few traps and some electronic sound thingys made short work of the mice. They were gone the next day – although we were vigilantly on the lookout for quit some time after. Randy check that they hadn’t made nests or any damage. Nothing – we think they only got in the last day when it was outside – thank goodness!
We spent the rest of May and most of June at Willowood visiting friends and catching up with mail etc. We were able to see quite a few at my surprise 60th birthday party! I was so surprised and it was tons of fun. Thank you to all the co conspirators!
The end of June saw us on the road again. Up to Northern Ontario. Elliot Lake for Uranium Days – family and school friends, campfires and good times.
Blind River and our friends Mugger and Nancy on Lake Debourn.
Randy and Mugger helped Dirk get his beautiful Bayfield from Gore Bay on Manitoulin Island to LaSalle .
We traveled on to Thessalon to visit with the Beemers at Pinecrest Campground – one of the prettiest beaches on Lake Huron. My sister Cheryl and her husband Mark came in their boat for a few days to the marina in Thessalon . It was fun showing them around Randy’s home territory.