I’ve already received my editor’s notes on my book, and I have a lot of (very needed) revising to do in, like, zero time. Before I crawl back into my writing cave, though, I want to put some evidence on the internet that I did have some fun during the week this book was absent from my to-do list. Some more guest blogging will be coming soon, while I feverishly hack at the manuscript.
Last weekend we took the camping trailer on its inaugural trip. We spent a few days in the small town of Keremeos, BC, at The Old Grist Mill and Gardens, a heritage site newly managed by our friend Chris. Along with our other friends, who happen also to have the same type of vintage trailer we have, we camped by the Keremeos Creek and spent a few very hot days lounging around, swimming, and exploring the stunning grounds around the mill (which was built in 1877; Chris has some amazing plans for homesteading-related programs at the site, including canning workshops).
Here’s a summary of our fabulous time, Instagram-style. Click to embiggen!