I finaly made it back to the state park in
I visited a beautiful state park, beach and campground just an hour out of
The park also has many wooded areas with lots of paths for exploration. They have a camp host program with a 2 month limit as they like to have turnover with their hosts. They say their goal is to provide a nice experience for hosts and they encourage hosts to come and enjoy the park. The manager's name is Brandt if you ever decide you'd like to host or visit. It gets 5 stars in my personal book because of the cleanliness, friendliness, and overall beauty of the entire facility. You'll find shopping and places to eat just 5 miles outside the park.
I also visited a state park in
Upon my return to
I'm planning to stick around here through October as they need the help. All of the full time employees are gone and the park is relying on all of the volunteers to take up the slack. The weather here has been amazing...sunny and very warm. The park has been packed with visitors on the weekends and it seems more busy than usual during the week as well. Needless to say, there is plenty to do for those of us who have elected to stay on through autumn.
I would very much like to make it up north towards the mountains in
I've also been busy taking care of a few loose ends from events that transpired over the course of the year. Finally, my identity woes are settled and my health is much improved so I can start looking forward to a new adventure. 2007 surely has been a doosey!
In the meantime, I see I've managed to write a mini-novella, so I'll close for now.