Tuesday, July 24, 2012

MacGregor Point July 20-22 2012

Is it MacGregor Point or just a coincidence?
We had a sinking of the motor home last time we were
here and this time it was a very flat tire. Our first flat in
many, many years. Duncan couldn't remember when
he had changed a flat tire last.
We still had a great week-end in spite off this setback.
Friday we went up to visit cousin John and Joanne in
Southampton. We picked up fresh corn and veggies on
the way. We enjoyed a late supper back at camp before
we headed to the beach for sunset pictures. We had a
nice campfire before retiring for our big day ahead.
Saturdays trip to Tobermory was a little delayed. We
had a flat tire on the Jeep that we had to change.
I learned where the jack was in our car and just how to
change a tire. At some point the day before we picked
up a nail in the tire. We had a good drive up to the "Tub".
We stopped at a bakery and got some treats. We went to
the National Park, toured Tobermory and enjoyed fish
& chips for dinner.
Sunday was a relaxing day. We had breakfast at noon,
packed up and went down to the visitors center and
strolled out to Sunset Point. We soaked up a few rays
before heading home. We stopped at Crossroads in
Elmira and enjoyed there buffet for dinner.
Well, do we take our chances and go back to MacGregor
Point or should we be avoiding this park???

Memories of the week-end.

Our campsite for the week-end.

Dinner is almost ready.......YUMMY!!!

Sunset on the Inukshuk's near the beach.

Sunset over Lake Huron.

Feeling "DEFLATED"
We were all ready to head to Tobermory for the day
when Duncan discovered we had a very flat tire. :(

A view of Georgian Bay. I took this photo from near
the top of the viewing tower at the Visitors Center at
the Bruce Peninsula National Park.
P.S. I couldn't make it to the very top as the metal see
through stairs were to scary for me!!!

We hiked on one of the trails out to the waters edge.

A sailboat appears from the left on the blue waters at
Little Dunk's Bay on Georgian Bay.

Looking out over the bay to the right.

The water color was amazing and crystal clear.

I'm playing Hide & Seek.

This is a family game that is being played between Ian and

Brittany's house and our place. This Santa is passed back

and forth and we wait and see how long it takes for it to be

found and then secretly returned to the other house. I

decided I would take it camping and send some pic's to

them over the week-end of Santa's adventures. Since they

were away for the week-end they now have to figure out if

it is back at their house hiding of still with us....lol

or did he melt in the fire???

I think it is going to get very warm here!!!
Was I rescued before the heat melted me???

Inukshuk's galore out on Sunset Point.

The water was pretty calm. This is the best action shot
I could get.

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