So far this Wednesday evening, we are the only rig in this campground loop at Park Lake Provincial Park in Alberta. We love it. The only sounds we hear are birds and ground squirrels. We have had a relaxing day—walking and running, weight training, working on genealogy, birding, airing the tires to prepare for departure on Friday, a haircut for John.
Days like this are as important as travel days and time as tourists. Years ago, before we began traveling extensively in our RV and before we went full-time, this is what it was like to “camp.” We don’t consider what we do “camping,” but we still enjoy spending time like we did then. We can’t do it in commercial RV parks but we can do it in state (provincial) parks that aren’t crowded.
All in all, a good day.