We left our Baddeck waterfront campground with the great view this am and headed for Truro.
Some of us stopped at the Alexander Graham Bell Museum and toured the Museum and grounds.
We saw Jim and Linda Montgomery and Debi and Bob Kint there. Jim was particularly interested in the antique telephones and felt he could have done a better job of engineering them.
Debi and I enjoyed the film of Bell's daughter and her memories of her dad and family life in the summers in Nova Scotia.
As we left, we saw the Martins coach in the parking lot and encountered Roger and Lorna Scott as they pulled in. We all got to the campground in Truro to find plenty of power but weak on the WiFi front.
The ladies all got busy working on their contribution to the feast David and Gretta Storrs were preparing.
The smoke from the grills was so enticing it made up for the whine of all the mosquitos.
We had brats of all kinds, dogs, sauerkraut, salads, condiments, baked beans, and desserts.
Roger and Spence were generous and shared their pies, and nobody left hungry as usual.
We all really enjoyed our get-together and toddled off to our rigs sated and sleepy.
Janet & Joe Fishman