For everything there is a season

It’s been almost 4 months since I last wrote. Back then we were quite content being at Camp Westwood once again. Then on August 8th we received news that the YMCA Board of Directors had voted to discontinue seasonal camping and close its seasonal campground at the end of the season – October 15th. VeryContinue reading “For everything there is a season”

The joys and challenges of camp life

Joy: We’ve been back at Camp Westwood for about a month now and it’s been nice spending so much time outside again. We’ve enjoyed sunny days at the lake – the water is just barely near swimmable temperature… for us old folks, anyway. The kids have been swimming for weeks now. Challenge: The mice continueContinue reading “The joys and challenges of camp life”

EEK!

Well, evidently Rhode Island mice are quite the party animals! We stored our camper in Georgia for 5 months and had no issues. We stored our camper in our campsite at Camp Westwood over the winter and those mice sure had fun!! YIKES – what a mess! Evidently, all the preventative measures we took (andContinue reading “EEK!”

Writing the first pages of 2021

Perception is an interesting thing. The days seem to fly by and it seems like Christmas and New Year’s have been over for MONTHS already, but it’s only the first week of February. Dave and I have been reminded of Mom and Ken a lot lately. They always used to joke about medical appointments beingContinue reading “Writing the first pages of 2021”