Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Who Says Rainy Days Are A Wash Out?!

This afternoon, we took a "Let's see where this road goes!" ride which lead us about 10 miles south of our place. We had lunch at a cozy, albeit chilly, lakeside tavern where we had corn chowder & fried pierogies with saut├ęd onions & sour cream. Then we explored a State Park we'd never been to before, which was all but deserted except for one occupied camp site and a few park workers dismantling lake's beach docks for Winter prep. Despite being in the upper 60s to low 70s, the air was raw and we were both cold enough lakeside to put our sweatshirts back on. The peace & quiet was serene, but overall the State Park seemed a lonely place. I imagine 'in season' it's anything but!
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2 comments:

Louise Bradford said...

Sounds like a lovely day Jo. I love traveling in the fall when other people are few and far between. Enjoy the rest of your time away!

Jennifer said...

Oh pierogies! SO GOOD! I hate when people say rainy days are a waste! They're the best days. You can do so many things with the best type of atmosphere. AND sweater weather! My favourite :)