Red Deer Log Cabins and Campground
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- Pets allowed
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... it was great, it was reassurance of the idea that we were well off the beaten track. She got the shock of her life when she saw me. She was a young teenage lass who explained she'd had a rough day and that's why she was sleeping on the job. I paid her and as I was leaving a woman across the road was giving her a bollocking for falling asleep. I assumed it was her mum and it must have been her shop. I got the impression it wasn't the first time this had ...
... as the sun had appeared making the lakes and trees even more spectacular, so we stopped off for a final walk around Mew Lake where we could pick some berries to take with us to Joy's.
The blueberries were looking wonderful in the morning sunshine and today even more people were around, some with huge buckets that they were filling with berries. We wandered away from the main area of picking and were ...
... and I was just doing a joke. He said "Mum that was a rubbish joke" and he is right because he is by far the most funny in the family. Guess who wrote this paragraph! Not Nick, Deb or Mol that's for sure.
We then decided to visit Mew Lake again to pick some more of the delicious wild blueberries and to hopefully catch site of the bear. It looked so different in the sun, there were far more people today than yesterday (just us and the ...
Unfortuntely the weather forecast that nearly put us off coming was correct. The rain in the night had gathered momentum and looks as though it is set in for the day.
Last night we met a lovely local couple who are camping right on the lake front and after watching us put up the tent came over to lavish their compliments (not on our skill at erecting the tent in record time but the style of the tent). Apparently the bell tent is something that they haven't ...
... and uninspiring. We decided to have a look at the town of Cornwall before leaving and as we drove through the town, which reminded us spookily of Bodmin I spotted a cobbler which was unfortunately closed for lunch (maybe we're in Lostwithiel now?!) A bit further along the street there was another one which was open so Nick called in with his shoes which had broken at the beginning of our trip. The ...