Thursday, 26 October 2006

We're At Mallorytown KOA

Our site at Mallorytown KOA

This is something our brother-in-law, John designed to protect our bathroon sink when traveling. It's made of heavy duty foam.

We got a slow start to our move this morning and only left Rideau Heights at 11:20 a.m. but arrived safely at Thousand Islands Mallorytown KOA about 1:00 p.m. and were checked in and set up by 3:00 p.m. This was the second campground we stayed at when we began our odyssey. It is an older KOA and needs some work as the roads and sites are narrow but Richard and Susan are very nice and we’re closer to the Bridge to the USA here so hopefully we’ll be able to get on the road early on Sunday. The days are shorter now but we’ll probably drive as long as we can on Sunday and just stop and rest at a truck stop or something. There is one campground open off I-90 crossing NY and LeRoy. We stayed there on our way back from the south in 2005. That’s an option but I think we’d like to get further than that. Hills Campground at Erie, PA. is also open. We stayed there on our return from Ohio in the spring this year so that’s another option. We also opted for 50 amp service here so we can run the heater on high. Hopefully that will help with the propane that we’ve been using.

Today was a very gray day. I thought the original forecast was for sun but if it was, it hasn’t found us and it wasn’t sunny anywhere between Ottawa and here. Around 3:30 p.m. we saw a brief showing of sun but it was very brief.

Nothing else happening here today, just relaxing and trying to stay warm.

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