The first weekend back at the park was a busy time.
A Tear Jerkers Rally was set for the weekend. Teardrop trailers are tiny RVs that look like a teardrop laid on its side. The Tear Jerkers have an open policy, allowing anyone with a small RV to join. Most of the sites in Loop A (where we were located) were rented for the rally. 27 states, plus Canada, were represented. There were all sizes, shapes and colors from expensive toys to homemade ones. I couldn’t resist taking several photos. If you’d like to see them, click on the logo pictured here:
Ron enjoyed joking with the owners of the tear drops that our 5th wheel started out the same size as theirs until he began adding Miracle Gro to the water each time he washed it. :-)
McCormick’s Creek 95th Birthday Celebration was held on the same weekend. A free concert was presented by the Bloomington Community Band. Attendance was good, considering the temperature was 90+ degrees. Birthday cake was served to all following the concert. We helped serve the cake.
Chelsey has worked for the McCormick Creek Stables this summer as trail leader. Grandpa joined her for one of the trail rides.
Fortunately, the weather cooled considerably a little later in our month’s stay, and we were able to hike once again. If you don’t mind the 150 steps plus going down (and what goes down must come up), Trail 10 is very scenic, running alongside and crossing the creek.
We also enjoyed several family visits during the month. It’s been a great summer, spent in a great place surrounded by great friends and family.