But things are almost ready.
Sorry for the lack of "before" pictures. But figure that there were a LOT of leaves on the ground prior to our raking, blowing, and cleaning...
Section "I" took the two of us all day on Sunday from start to finish.
Section "B" is nice and green. It gets a lot of sun during the day. You can see a hint of green in the trees!
We did section "E" yesterday.
Once we have the seasonal sites ready, the seasonal campers are then responsible for their own upkeep and maintenance on those sites. Including grass cutting. We're curious to see how many are good at the upkeep and how many are not!
Section "H" is for the short term weekend and daily campers. It looks ready, but we still have some leaves to clean up along that back ridge. The sites look nice and big, right? Wrong. Each of those nice looking large lots is actually for two rigs!
Managed to get this cute photo of our resident Great Horned Owl mommy and her little one.
Today, we have a guy coming to help turn the water on. We take lake (river) water for supply to the campsites, so it's not potable. And because it's very low rainfall here during the summer, we also use a constant supply of lake water for watering the grass and trees. They would not grow here otherwise.
And then when we get the water turned on, me and our hired hand will spend the rest of the day fixing water leaks and replacing valves that froze over the winter. If things are done properly in the fall, this shouldn't happen, but apparently it always does. I guess we'll see.
Thanks everyone for your anniversary wishes yesterday! We had a nice day, and a nice dinner, and even had a bottle of home made wine that had been given to us by on of our couchsurfing hosts during our drive out here. (Thanks Sue and Jeff!)
Nice anniversary dinner!