Had a lovely weekend away. My horrible cold made it a little less enjoyable, but there are far worse things than a cold and I didn't let it get me down. I slept well at night at least! We weren't around a lot of people and outside in nature a lot.
Even though we were at a State Campground we were in a mini-cabin. It's really small, just bunk beds, a fridge, microwave and electricity. No water, but the toilets and showers are close. For us it's as close to Glamping as we get lol. Usually we're in a tent with no electricity and bare minimum. Once in a while it's good to splurge (it's not near as expensive as a hotel lol).
We don't spend a lot of time inside, just to sleep mainly. The beach and a nature lagoon and pond are just across a road. It's a lovely place to spend time. I got to take lots of bird photos that I'll have to sort through. I watched two sunrises. Really beautiful.
While we were away I got some good news. There were two offers on Jane's house! My MIL accepted one and papers have been signed. Closing date will be July 7th! We have some work to do to finish up with the house but once that date arrives WE ARE DONE! It has been a long journey. We will have a lot to do in the next month. It's funny, but the day after the closing is when I leave for England for two weeks to visit my sister and see Mum's bench. It will be nice to be able to leave and come back knowing it's finished.
I'm tacking these photos on the end so I can finish playing catch-up
151/365 (31st May)
My son got me this hanging basket back in May and I am pleased to say that it is still alive! I'm terrible when it comes to plants, but this one has lasted until now and makes me smile everytime I see it!
152/365 (1st June)
153/365 (2nd June)
Look how lovely green and lush the field is! Things are really starting to grow. Soon it will be filled with flowers.
154/365 (3rd June)
On our way to camping we stopped for our visit (it opened June 1st) of the season at Shiawassee National Wildlife Refuge.