A few days of R and R were in order, so we took our old trailer to a lake that was about three hours’ drive from home, and set up camp.
Once the main chores were done, I sprawled back in my lawn chair and looked up.
This is what I saw. Although there were people camped next to us, it was quiet because they were out on the lake in their kayaks. The peacefulness of the place was a moment to treasure. On the coming long weekend, it would be much more of a party place, but for now, it was wonderfully quiet. Just the whisper of the leaves high up in those trees.
Later we would try our hand at fishing in the lake, but it was so hard to decide whether to hold the fishing rod or the camera.
Now that I’m home and it’s the weekend, I can’t help but wonder how the party is going. I bet it is noisy and a complete change from the quiet few days we spent there. Timing is everything.