Well, I'm finally taking a vacation. I say finally because I had a summer course from May through to the beginning of August and I've been working almost full time on top of that, trying to get as many hours as I can before school starts again. But, vacations are necessarily and all work and no play and yaddy-yadda-ya. You know?
So, vacation here I come. On Friday my housemate, Melanie, and our friend Kyla are packing up the car and heading up to Lake Superior Provincial Park. I haven't been camping-camping in a couple years and I can't wait. When we booked our site a couple weeks ago, we were nearly bouncing off the walls in happiness. Suffice it to say, there's been a few sleepless nights due to excitement and a lot of hurt cheeks from smiling. But at last, the time is upon us and we shall soon make our depart.
Until then, though, there is a lot to do. Melanie's made lists upon lists for gear, food and personal items. Currently, she's sitting beside me, trying to book a last minute site for the Friday night seeing as we won't arrive at LS until sometime on Saturday. The funny thing is, on Friday, we'll probably be rolling in between 9-10 o'clock at night meaning it'll be dark and we won't really be able to see anything. The next day, we'll be packing up and heading out early. With that in mind, we literally just need a place to crash and yet Melanie is determined to find the perfect site. It's rather amusing. She keeps asking me, "What about #___?" and then shows me a picture to which I say, "Looks good. Go for it." But then she looks at another and another.
Ah, there we go. Site booked. Now all that's left is the packing really. And grocery shopping. And then packing groceries. Okay, so maybe there's a bit more to be done than I first thought, but still, it's almost here. Only two more sleeps to go.
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