Post #2041: Post-storm waking


We arrived at the cabin yesterday evening amid a thunderstorm and heavy rain event that went on throughout the night – the first rain the area has seen in a month, but at 15 mm an hour. This after driving right through the eye of another storm on our way through Manning Park – we were so close to the lightning that we could smell it in the air.

It’s cool here this morning, but I type this post from the coziness of the camp bed pictured above, the quilt that took me ten years to make is finally in use – and the extra loft batting is providing enough warmth – though if I was to get up right now I would have to make a fire in the woodstove.

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