Charlton Lake Camp
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... out reasonably well, so I'm not worried. It's probably good for me. Or something.
We caught the boat back to Tobemory - the town on the other side. I was standing on the boat with my two backpacks on, waiting to dock so we could disembark. Two ladies stood next to me and one eyed my backpack with something close to amazement. 'What do you have in there? A tent!?'. I explained what was going on and that I was heading south toward Toronto. 'You want a ride? we leave ...
... totter'! We found a toad in the garden, which we tried to revive before throwing it over the fence. Fun! Linda returned and I had lunch with them and helped her with some prep for Sunday School at the next camp coming up, before heading home.
The 'main street' is one street away in this tiny town, so I took the opportunity to walk it, popping into the post-office, and looking like a tourist taking photos. There's not much ...
... and I was left to talk in peace and quiet until Aunt Mary and Uncle David came home.
Laura picked me up and after lugging my suitcase to the car, we headed back to Ash & Lu's. Laura had brought a pizza from work to share with them, while I ate leftovers. We chatted over the readings and had a funny night talking about marriage proposal fails. As you do!
... off to Manitoulin's Chocolate Works where Aunt Kathy shouted us hot drinks and cake (well, rocky road fudge for me!). We sat in this cute rotunda and relaxed. After browsing through a small shop selling things from Africa, we continued on, popping into the main street cafe (soup for them, nachos style dip with corn chips for me!).
The drive back was a little too relaxing - I dozed in the back seat while the others chatted. We headed to ...
... out Aunt Mary's fridge and her container cupboard, before we worked together on cleaning the windows till they sparkled. It felt akin to spring cleaning and was quite enjoyable chatting away, with a break for ice cream (butter pecan yummm!) in the middle. After tea of nachos the work continued as Aunt Mary baked pies for guests tommorow, and I made 75 cupcakes for the kids camp barbecue. Lots of ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed