And of course being Canada, there must be a Royal Canadian Mountie around. How do you like that pay phone? I haven't seen one like that in sometime!
The camp grounds were really very pretty with lots of trees and nice sites. We stayed for three nights and paid $35 a night. There was a bath house and laundry. Now I may have said this before, Kiki is all self contained but if there is a nice bath house, we usually use them. Well, the showers here were not clean and kinda yucky so we took our showers in Kiki's bathroom. The other business was handled in the bath house, if you know what I mean! ;)
So here we were all hooked up and ready. George usually grills something for dinner as we have a perfect, tiny little grill that we carry with us. I like to cook breakfast for us and this is probably the most we eat sausage the entire year. I fry up some sausage patties or little sausage links and scrambled eggs. Even with the negatives, the park was shady, quiet and the folks were nice and helpful. The biggest plus was that it was just a few minutes from downtown Ottawa.
Come on back for my next post if you want to.