We probably have twenty or so rigs in the campground at this time.
Big difference compared to last year. It's funny how different parks have different clientele. At the park we were at last year, Victoria Day long weekend here in Canada was a big party weekend. We had been almost sold out, and we were going non-stop the whole weekend.
At this park...very quiet! Much more relaxed, and we're happy to have it that way.
So we spent most of the morning working on that one bathroom with all the leaks. It was obviously never winterized, and I repaired about eight different issues in that building. All fixed and put back together now.
Ruth says "We're definitely coming back to this park next year!"
I said "We are, are we?"
She says "Yep, because we won't have to walk into a situation where we're fixing someone else's problems!"
True. Returning to the same park would have some benefits, that's for sure. So far, we like it here better than last year.
Speaking of somebody else's problems, we moved some picnic tables yesterday. What a job!
Total waste of time and effort.
Every time I looked at this, I just shook my head.
The wooden tables are heavier than the metal framed ones. It was difficult for Ruth and I to move them. Can't for the life of me figure why anybody would waste so much time and effort putting them in here.
Between jobs, I sat in the office for a while and sold park vehicle passes and returned some phone calls for reservations. All of the seasonal campers can purchase an annual Saskatchewan Regional Park vehicle pass for $40 that's valid for all the Regional parks in Saskatchewan. Otherwise, you have to pay a daily entry fee that ranges between $4 and $10 depending on the park. Our daily use vehicle fee is $8.00.
It was a gorgeous day yesterday. High was about 20C (68F) and sunny and calm winds. Not so much today though...calling for 80% rain today, and it's spitting out there as I write this.
This morning. Yes, that white building (our camp kitchen) is still 3/4 full of picnic tables. We'll move a few each day.
Depending on the rain, we won't get much done today. I do have a nice workshop, so I'll figure something out to keep busy! Maybe Ruth will bake some more cookies. Seems like a nice day for that!