A week after returning home from the Reunion-Without-End, restocking, and laundry, we were back on the road north to George Wyth State Park near Cedar Falls. Our camping group likes the great bike trails here and a Sunday to Wednesday stay avoids the crowds. It's warm, of course, and humid, and buggy---it's Iowa and it's July--but I would have a appreciated a couple of days like we had in the middle of last week when nothing special was going on. Oh well.
After we set up, we enjoyed a few snacks before we launched into supper preparations. We grilled a variety of grilled meats, and enjoyed salads, grilled zucchini, and a passel of sweet corn. After all, it's Iowa and it's July. After supper, a walk to the river to enjoy the sunset.
We had the obligatory campfire although we kept our circle noticeably larger and no one was toasting their toes. The sunset continued to dazzle, but the bugs continued to bite and we surrendered and retreated to our campers. Today, some riding and hopefully the 'scattered storms' predicted will scatter somewhere else.
Some random thoughts about writing, camping, and eating.