We have shifted from near drought conditions to daily rain. At the travel trailer which we call "our cabin in Michigan" the high recently was 49F and the low that night was 41F. Meanwhile, to the west in Illinois the low was 34F.
The MI campground closes for the season as of November 1 and so we are planning and preparing for our winter escape to the southwest.
I winterized the Roadtrek so if temperatures should drop below freezing, or if our delay southward is delayed, we'll be fine.
We'll spend a few more days in MI, will then winterize and vacate the TT for the season. I expect at least one more good campfire before we move on.
|A cool night campfire|
We had a wonderful summer.
|Resting at sunset|
|Sharing the beach|
|A piney squirrel neighbor|
|Cormorants headed south for the winter|
|Tossing stones at sunset|
|A rescued snail|
|a sunset, one of many|
|Dogs at the Beach bucket. Yum!|
|The travel trailer, our "cabin" in Michigan|
|A glorious sunset, Chicago skyscrapers on the horizon|
|G after a bike ride to the Dunes|
|A "simple" lunch in Bridgman MI at the Lake Street Eats|
|Another day in Bridgman, in our "life at the beach"|
|Preparing an association newsletter article in the Roadtrek|
|Class B meets Travel Trailer|
|Our green heron neighbor, at the pond|
|Just a typical beach day|
|The snail we retrived|
|a sunny afternoon|
|Our blue heron neighbor at the pond|
|Our Roadtrek 210P at the Warren Dunes|
Here's to living a full life, and making a difference, discovering new horizons and enjoying our limitless life.