I arrived at the dump station to fill the fresh water tank and probably could have done it with a large upside-down funnel, since the skies had opened up shortly before. There had been enough rain that the camp sites, badly in need of gravel, offered a sort of spongy parking base. My camper started out fairly level until the levelers began to sink. And shall we say set up was a breeze? Because there is no point getting out lawn chairs, grills, awnings, etc. in the rain.
The next two nights, we crammed in Ken and Harriet's camper with plenty of sides to accompany Letha's ham and beans and Ken's smoked meat loaf, so as usual we didn't starve. A trip to Cantril and the Dutchman's Store on a rainy Saturday provided diversion. Good food and good company can go a long way to overcome dreary weather.
Shower report: I think the DNR has added hooks in the showers, but they have also changed out the shower controls so that a push of the button gets a two-second burst of water. You can't even get the water hot! They need to work on that and add a few truck loads of gravel to the sites. Agatha goes to the doctor tomorrow to have the water issues addressed that Camping World "couldn't get to" last fall. My next foray is to Johnson Sauk Trail in Illinois next week for grandson Elliot's graduation. Right now the forecast looks pretty good but surely that will change.