I haven’t posted in a while, and for that, I’m sorry. I’ve been busy at work with a new job, and a lot of busy weekends, so I haven’t had much outdoors about which to write, but I get the feeling I’m back for a bit. It’s going to be a good year with lots of opportunities to try new things.
It’s May, and in Canada, that means Victoria day (pronounced \’tü fər\) is on everybody’s mind. At the very least, it’s on mine, and although it’s falling early this year, it looks like (for a change) we’ll have sun for most of it. I enjoy camping all year ’round, but two-four is a milestone. It starts off the summer camping and cottage season. It’s the time to get scrounging into the couch for spare change to fill up the Oldsmobile for a road trip, to play some guitar outside without freezing off your fingers, or just enjoy lying under the sun in the back of your buddy’s Jeep with the top down.
So I’m going to head home from the office in just a bit, hop in the Rover (new wheels, new brakes, new suspension to come), and sleep by the lake tonight. Here’s hoping you’ll do the same.