Rain, rain, go away!
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Where I stayed
Wasa Lake Provincial Park
Campground: Wasa Lake Provincial Park
We had a driving day--according to Torston. Our goal was to cross the
The drive from Athol to the border took a little longer than we had expected.
It had been raining lightly all the way from Athol. Just before we crossed into Canada, we called Denise one last time, as we were shutting off the cell phones. She informed us that there appeared to be major storm warnings to the what she thought was west of us. That storm was calling for heavy rains, hail, and winds. As the storm seemed to be to our west, we headed on for Wasa Lake Provincial Park--north of Cranbrook by about 25 miles. The rain got steadily heavier; however, there was no wind with it. As it turned out, the storm was more north and east of where we were, and we were driving right into it.
required a short drive to get to the access points. With the heavy
rain, we decided it wouldn't be much fun to be out in the kayaks.
We were on the generator for the evening, so Torston was able to watch a movie after beating his Grandpa at the card game "War". Later, we played several rounds of dominoes--ending up fairly evenly matched. Meanwhile, it rained hard all evening and through the night. I don't think I can ever remember hearing the rain that hard on the RV roof for such a long time. Bob and I guess it was raining at least an inch an hour.
Hoping the rain quits tomorrow. Yes, we're on the road and "still speaking.!"